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  1. #1
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    Scott BB chip: which way is which?

    I started playing with the bottom bracket adjustment today, and I am a bit confused. One chip has a high/low indicator, but I kind of wonder if the shop put it on the wrong side, since I saw a random photo on the scott website with it the opposite way.

    For the high setting, should the shock mount itself be closer to the front or the rear of the bike? Just eyeballing it, it looks like shock mount further forward = high setting. Can anyone verify?

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    I think you are right.

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    Scott BB chip: which way is which?

    Thanks. Swapped it that way and the steering got quicker. Even though it only raised it 5mm, I did have fewer pedal strikes. For my riding, I am a fan of the high position....

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