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    shimano deore rear shifter

    it came apart on a ride today, i think i got all the parts that fell off..there's a lock nut in there that came loose....i went to the shimano site, but they don't give a complete diagram of how all the parts go together

    has anybody rebuilt thiers or know where i can find a complete diagram of how to put it together

    i'm stuck in a high gear too,

    please help, thanks
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    i can tell you one of two things:

    a) buy a new one, as Deore isn't all that expensive
    b) good luck!

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    took an hour or so to figure out that i did loose a piece out on the trail...salvaged the piece from another bike...got the shifter to work again....not hard to figure out...but they don't sell parts so they don't want people doing this..chalk it up...but i can ride tommorrow
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    The rapid-failure (sorry - couldn't resist), ahem, rapid-fire shifters were never intended to be user servicable. When they croak, Shimano wants you to buy a new set. Service parts and information aren't available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanetti
    The rapid-failure (sorry - couldn't resist), ahem, rapid-fire shifters were never intended to be user servicable. When they croak, Shimano wants you to buy a new set. Service parts and information aren't available.
    Oops, what are these then?

    Yes, not all the parts are available, and they aren't intended to be taken apart and put back together. It's kind of like a 3 speed hub, it can be taken apart and put back together, but you better remember what order you took out the parts in, so you get them back in correctly.

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    Every last one of those parts (with QBP #) is either the entire shift pod assembly or random plastic parts - like the levers, indicators, attching parts or trim. See if you can get a relese pawl or spring out of shimano or see if QBP actually has any of them in stock - several were listed as "discontinued".

    I stand by what I said.

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    yeah, these parts are just the 'easy' ones...the internal stuff, a piece of which i lost, would be nice to order but they don't want you to...if i could buy the part, i know how to disassemble and reassemble...these are a lot easy than the ones back in the early '90's

    anyway
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    While a lot of the internal guts are not meant to be user serviceable, within reason a lot of the parts are replaceable even if they are sold as full assembly chucks. Fortunately shifter pods will rarely ever break down. A good cleanup is all they usually need to overhaul them. Unfortunately Deore shifters are not exactly designed to be all that durable. They are practically entirely made of plastic and the shipping cost for a replacement part would be about the same as the cost for a full new shifter. You can probably buy a full new one for the cost of replacement parts.

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