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    Sram GX 11 speed shifter - lever reach adjustment?

    Gang,

    Does anyone know if on a Sram GX 11speed shifter the down shift lever can be adjusted in terms of lever reach? I find it to be angled a bit too far out towards the rider and I would like to move it to be more in parallel with the bar. The lever I speak of is the one that pulls the cable and makes the rear mech. move the chain into into a larger gear.

    Ive looked at the unit and there is a few screws on it, but none of them look like adjustment style screws.

    Sram has a document about the unit, but there is very little wording on it and my unit does not appear to have the screw they speak of. This is the document I was looking at:

    https://sram-cdn-pull-zone-gsdesign....b_shifters.pdf

    I just don't see that T25 screw they depict in the drawing (lower center-right)

    Thanks!

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    Its a trigger shifter, someone speak up if there is any that exist that have adjustments, cause afaik no such adjustment has ever existed on a basic trigger shift

    No the GX shifters dont have reach adjustment, rotate the shifter on the bars to get comfortable position.

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