or alot of drag in the cable housing that keeps the cable head from seating the pawl assisted by the derailleur spring alone.Did you mean the pinch bolt or the cable tension itself? The pinch bolt is certainly tight. Maybe the cable is loose, but why would all gears shift perfectly?
I have no experience with SRAM, so I don’t know what you mean.never. i'll never support a company that thinks its customers are too stupid to care about real documentation.
I don't have as many miles on mine, but my M9100 shifter is also one that I bought SUPER early from Germany before it was available stateside. So far no problems with it. I'm curious if this is related to them ramping up production for to make these things more widely available.I have another thats been going for over a year and 1200 miles. THAT shifter i bought from Germany the minute XTR12 came out.
I think there's some evidence that suggests it's possible. I mean, we KNOW they were having production issues with various bits back then. They had a really hard time getting cranksets on the market. They had a hard time getting the Scylence hubs out, and when they finally had hubs out, they didn't completely match what was planned/announced. They had to make changes. They dumped the lightweight 11spd cassette and the hub spacing that was specific to that cassette.yep, really wondering same.
OMG! i didn't even realize this! No, it doesn't. My older "German" shifter DOES have the switch. The newer XTR i just got from Jenson USA does NOT. the lower clamshell has a blank spot there. I'm going to take them apart here in a few min and compare the insides.Do the newer shifters have the 11/12spd switch on them still, like the early ones?