i highly recommend using an mrp roller to replace the 2-step roller and plastic bracket on the drs. the bearings are better, it spins much smoother, and it functions perfectly for shifting as it is naturally "stepped" already. it'll cost you the same as new bearings alone for the drs.
That's the right part for sure. clarkalewis, do you have to do any modifications to get the MRP wheel to work on the DRS? I never even thought to try that, have several of them in my pile of stuff too...
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