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Has anyone figured out the perfect cable housing legnths for the rear derailer on a Jekyll? Particularly the one between the main triangle and the swing arm and the loop going to the rear derailer itself. I thought about trying one of those Avid Roll-a-ma-jig things. Has anyone tried this?

My Jekyll shifts perfect when I install new housings, but in a few months it starts the ghost shifting again. The problem occurs when the cable has to change directions. It misses one click in either direction. As a result, it shifts later on down the trail, usually on a bump or during a climb. This has created much frustration for me. Help please!!! Thanks.
 
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