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    Newer M752 XT Crank= different chainline?

    I just replaced my XT cranks with a newer model M752 Hollowtech XT Crank and now my front derailleur rubs the chain when on the big ring. If I move it over any more, then it won't shift down onto the granny. I didn't have this problem on the old crank... should there be a difference here? Shouldn't I be able to find a happy medium? I'm still running the same Octalink BB. This is not the newest integrated BB/crank, outboard bearing version.

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    You're maxed out using the low and high limit screws?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikinfoolferlife
    You're maxed out using the low and high limit screws?
    The high limit screw is maxed out (I think....not touching the derailleur at all?) but I was thinking about this when I was spinning on the trainer this morning. Maybe if I pull a little more cable through so the chain clears the deraileur, then check the granny ring stop adjusment screw to see if I can gain anthing there. I forgot to do that the first time I fiddled with it.

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