So I'm a bit new to this, hence the posting here. I'm getting tired of going back to the LBS after every outing I take to the park or alpine trail that I hit on my weekends. My brake levers, primarily the lever for the rear brake, come right up to the shifters on the bike, often times causing me to hit a shifter when trying to pull the brake (with the lever itself). I'm not quite sure as to where I need to make the adjustment to get that tightened up so that the levers no longer hit my shifters. Do I pull excess cable through the disc calipers on the brakes themselves here? I made some field adjustments the last time I went out using the barrel screws that the cables feed into, but the rear so much so that that barrel is going to come right out of the lever if I loosen it any more. Don't mean, to sound so helpless here, but if I can save myself a trip of loading the bike into the car and then motoring to the LBS then I'll gladly take it.
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