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    Unsure of the positions to use on my CTD Rideloc remote

    Just got this bike today, a Scale 740, and there's no manual. I've looked both on Scotts site and Fox's site and there's not a damn manual anywhere. I'm not sure what position is for climb, trail and descend.

    I'm fairly sure if I thumb the black lever all the way up, thats climb. Hit the release once is trail and hit it again is descend. Can anyone verify this? I've looked up remotes as well, but mine looks different than all the ones I'm seeing.

    Unsure of the positions to use on my CTD Rideloc remote-uploadfromtaptalk1391826119149.jpg

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    Re: Unsure of the positions to use on my CTD Rideloc remote

    Quote Originally Posted by brentos View Post
    You've got it right.
    Tank you!

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    I just leave mine in the trail (middle) position 99% of the time. I only use the climb position if I'm out of the saddle climbing for a sustained period of time or sprinting to the finish line against someone.

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    Re: Unsure of the positions to use on my CTD Rideloc remote

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonerider View Post
    I just leave mine in the trail (middle) position 99% of the time. I only use the climb position if I'm out of the saddle climbing for a sustained period of time or sprinting to the finish line against someone.
    That's what I'm hearing from a lot of people.

    Makes me wonder if the CTD system is kind of a gimmick.

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