Altus SL-RS41-8r (настройка трансмиссии)

Altus SL-RS41-8r (настройка трансмиссии)
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
SI-F912A
SL-RS41-8R
Shifting lever
Before use, read these instructions carefully, and follow them for correct use.
WARNING
• Use neutral detergent to clean the chain. Do not use alkali-based or acid based detergent
such as rust cleaners as it may result in damage and/or failure of the chain.
• Use the reinforced connecting pin only for connecting the narrow type of chain.
• There are two different types of reinforced connecting pin available. Be sure to check the
table below before selecting which pin to use. If connecting pins other than reinforced
connecting pins are used, or if a reinforced connecting pin or tool which is not suitable for
the type of chain is used, sufficient connection force may not be obtained, which could
cause the chain to break or fall off.
Reinforced
connecting pin
Chain
9-speed super narrow chain
such as
CN-7701 / CN-HG93
8- / 7- / 6-speed narrow
chain such as
CN-HG50 / CN-IG51
Chain tool
Silver
TL-CN31/TL-CN22
Black
TL-CN31/TL-CN22 and
TL-CN30/TL-CN21
6.5mm
7.1mm
• If it is necessary to adjust the length of the chain due to a change in the number of
sprocket teeth, make the cut at some other place than the place where the chain has been
joined using a reinforced connecting pin or an end pin. The chain will be damaged if it is
cut at a place where it has been joined with a reinforced connecting pin or an end pin.
Link Pin
End Pin
Reinforced
Connecting Pin
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• Obtain, read and carefully service instructions when installing parts. A loose, worn, or
damaged parts may cause injury to the rider.
We strongly recommend that only genuine Shimano replacement parts be used.
Note
• Apply grease to the bottom bracket before installing it.
• For smooth operation, use the specified outer casing and bottom bracket cable guide.
• This front derailleur is for triple front chainwheel use only. It cannot be used with the double front
chainwheel, as the shifting points do not match.
Outer casing holders
• When installing the top route type, choose a frame that has three outer
casing holders as shown in the illustration at right.
• Use an outer casing which still has some length to spare even when the
handlebars are turned all the way to both sides. Furthermore, check that
the shifting lever does not touch the bicycle frame when the handlebars
are turned all the way.
• Grease the inner cable and the inside of the outer casing before use to
ensure that they slide properly.
• Always be sure to use the sprocket set bearing the same group
Group marks
marks. Never use in combination with a sprocket bearing a different
group mark.
ag - 18T
ag -15
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• Because the high cable resistance of a frame with internal cable
ag
routing would impair the SIS function, this type of frame should not
be used.
• Operation of the levers related to gear shifting should be made only
when the front chainwheel is turning.
• The ID-C050 gear indicator, SC-C050 speedmeter, SC-C051
odometer and SC-C052 clock and stopwatch are available as
separate items. Please ask your bicycle dealer for further details.
• For maximum performance we highly recommend Shimano lubricants and maintenance
products.
• For any questions regarding methods of installation, adjustment, maintenance or operation,
please contact a professional bicycle dealer.
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In order to realize the best performance, we recommend that the following combination
be used.
Series
Altus
Right
Gears
SIS 8-gears
Left
SIS 3-gears
Shifting lever
Right : SL-RS41-8R / Left : SL-RS41-L
Outer casing
SIS
Front derailleur
FD-CT92-E
Front chainwheel
FC-CT93
Bottom bracket
BB-CT92
Rear derailleur
RD-CT95
Type
Smart Cage
Freehub
FH-CT91
Cassette sprocket
CS-HG50-8I / CS-HG40-8I
Chain
CN-HG50 / CN-UG50
Bottom bracket cable guide
SM-SP18 / SM-BT18
Specifications
Front Derailleur
Model number
FD-CT92-E
Applicable bottom bracket
BB-CT92
Applicable front chainwheel
FC-CT93
Applicable to both normal type and top route type
Installation band
diameters:
S [ 28,6 mm ],
M [ 31,8 mm ],
L [ 34,9 mm ]
(Use the adapter for
S and M sizes.)
S
Top gear tooth
42T
Front chainwheel tooth difference
18T
Min. difference between top and intermediate
8T
S, M
L
S, M
Chainstay angle (a)
66° - 69°
66° - 69°
63° - 66°
Applicable chain line
47.5 mm
50 mm
50 mm
47.5 mm
50 mm
Front derailleur installation band diameter
Chainstay
angle
Bottom Bracket
Model number
BB-CT92
BB-CT92
Stamped marking
YL116
ZL121
Spindle length
116mm
121 mm
Chain line
47.5 mm
50 mm
FC-CT93
FC-CT93
BC 1.37 X 24 T.P.I. (68 mm)
M36 X 24 T.P.I. (70 mm)
BC 1.37 X 24 T.P.I. (73 mm)
Applicable front chainwheel
Thread dimensions
Chainwheel
Model number
FC-CT93
Chainwheel tooth combination
42-34-24T
170 mm
Crank arm length
BC 9/16" x 20 T.P.I.
Pedal thread dimensions
Rear Derailleur
Model number
RD-CT95
Type
Smart Cage
Total capacity
43T
Largest sprocket
34T
Smallest sprocket
11T
Front chainwheel tooth difference
20T
Applicable front chainwheel
(chainring tooth configuration)
FC-CT93 (42-34-24T)
Cassette sprocket tooth combination
Model number
Sprockets
Group name
Tooth combination
CS-HG50-8I
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11, 13, 15, 17, 20, 23, 26, 30T
CS-HG40-8I
8
ao
11, 13, 15, 17, 20, 23, 26, 34T
Mounting the shifting lever
3 mm Allen Key
[SL-RS41]
3 mm Allen Key
[SL-RS41]
Install the brake lever in a position where
it will not obstruct brake operation. Do not
use in a combination which causes brake
operation to be obstructed.
Tightening torque:
2Nm {18 in. lbs.}
Gear shifting operation
Pedaling
becomes heavier
Pedaling
becomes lighter
Pedaling
becomes lighter
Pedaling
becomes heavier
Installation of the Front Derailleur,
Bottom Bracket and Front Chainwheel
< FD-CT92-E >
Front Derailleur
Use the special tools (TL-UN65 and
TL-UN74-S) to install the bottom
bracket ⁄ and the front derailleur so
that they face as shown in the
illustration. Install the adapter ¤,
and then use the cotterless crank
extractor (TL-FC10) to install
the front chainwheel.
‹ Front Chainwheel
¤ Adapter
⁄ Bottom Bracket
Adapter / bottom bracket tightening torque:
50 - 70 Nm {435 - 608 in. lbs.}
Front chainwheel tightening torque:
35 - 50 Nm {305 - 435 in. lbs.}
Installation of the rear derailleur
When installing, be careful that deformation is not caused by the
B-tension adjustment screw coming into contact with the dropout tab.
5 mm Allen key
B-tension
adjustment screw
Dropout tab
Bracket spindle tightening torque:
8 - 10 Nm {70 - 86 in. lbs.}
Installation of the sprockets
For each sprocket, the surface that has
the group mark should face outward
and be positioned so that the triangle
(▲) mark on each sprocket and the A
part (where the groove width is wide) of
the freewheel body are aligned.
The groove is wide
at one place only.
▲ mark
ac -14T
A
11T
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Sprocket spacers
(1.0mm)
The 6 sprockets are secured by
means of rivets.
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Lock ring
Lock ring
• For installation of the sprockets, use the special tool
(TL-HG16) to tighten the lock ring.
Tool (TL-SR20)
Tightening torque:
30 - 50 Nm {261 - 434 in. lbs.}
TL-HG16
• To replace the sprockets, use the
special tool (TL-HG16) and TL-SR20
to remove the lock ring.
Disassembly
Replacement of the freewheel body
After removing the hub axle, remove the
freewheel body fixing bolt (inside the freewheel
body), and then replace the freewheel body.
Note:
Do not attempt to disassemble
the freewheel body, because
it may result in a malfunction.
FH-CT91
Freewheel body
Freewheel body fixing bolt
Disassembly
Assembly
Freewheel body washer
Tightening torque:
35 - 50 Nm {305 - 434 in. lbs.}
10 mm Allen key (TL-WR37)
Chain length
Add 2 links (with the chain on both the largest sprocket
and the largest chainring)
Largest sprocket
Largest chainring
Chain
A, B Q 0.2mm
A
Chain gauge
TL-CN24
2.38mm
Connecting pin
Inner link
B
SHIMANO JAPAN
CHAIN GAUGE
Correct
1=2.38mm
TL-CN24
Outer link
SHIMANO JAPAN
CHAIN GAUGE
1=2.38mm
TL-CN24
Connecting pin
1=2.38mm
TL-CN24
For IG, chains, insert the chain gauge (TL-CN24) into
the inner link which is next to the chain connecting pin to
check that the inner link width is correct.
Check that the connecting pin pro-trudes past the outer
link by the same amount on both sides, and that the
amount of protrusion is 0.2 mm or more.
SHIMANO JAPAN
CHAIN GAUGE
Checking the chain connection
Incorrect
Adjustment
Be sure to follow the sequence described below.
< Front >
1. Low adjustment
First remove the Pro-Set alignment block .
Next, set so that the clearance between the chain guide inner plate and the chain is
0-0.5 mm.
Pro-Set
alignment block
B A
Low adjustment
screw
Chain position
Largest sprocket
A
Smallest
B
Chain guide
inner plate
Chain
2. Securing the inner cable
5 mm allen key
Cut off the excess
length of inner cable
and then install the
inner end cap.
Note:
Pass the cable through as
shown in the illustration.
Tightening torque:
5 - 7 Nm
{44 - 60 in. lbs.}
After taking up the initial slack in the cable, re-secure to the front derailleur as
shown in the illustration.
Normal type
Top route type
Pull
Pull
3. Top adjustment
Set so that the clearance between the chain guide
outer plate and the chain is 0-0.5 mm.
B
A
Chain position
Smallest sprocket
Largest chainring
B A
Top adjustment
screw
Chain
Chain guide
outer plate
4. Adjustment of the intermediate chainring
When carrying out adjustment, set the chain to the largest sprocket, and at the
front, set the chain to the intermediate chainring. Adjust using the outer casing
adjustment barrel so that the clearance between the chain guide inner plate
and the chain is 0-0.5 mm.
Chain position
Largest sprocket
Intermediate chainring
Outer casing
adjustment barrel
A
B
Chain guide
inner plate
Chain
5. Troubleshooting chart
After completion of steps 1 - 4, move the shifting lever to check the shifting.
(This also applies if shifting becomes difficult during use.)
If the chain falls to the crank side.
Tighten the top adjustment
screw clockwise (about 1/4 turn).
If shifting is difficult from the
intermediate chainring to the largest
chainring.
Loosen the top adjustment
screw counterclockwise
(about 1/8 turn).
If shifting is difficult from the
intermediate chainring to the smallest
chainring.
Loosen the low adjustment
screw counterclockwise
(about 1/4 turn).
If there is interference between the
chain and the front derailleur inner
plate at the largest chainring.
Tighten the top adjustment
screw clockwise (about 1/8 turn).
If there is interference between the
chain and the front derailleur outer
plate at the largest chainring.
Loosen the top adjustment
screw counterclockwise
(about 1/8 turn).
If the intermediate chainring is skipped
when shifting from the largest
chainring.
Loosen the outer casing
adjustment barrel
counterclockwise (1 or 2 turns).
If there is interference between the
chain and front derailleur inner plate
when the rear sprocket is shifted to
the largest sprocket when the
chainwheel is at the intermediate
chainring position.
Tighten the outer casing
adjustment barrel clockwise
(1 or 2 turns).
If the chain falls to the bottom bracket
side.
Tighten the low adjustment
screw clockwise (about 1/2 turn).
< Rear >
1. Top adjustment
Turn the top adjustment screw to
adjust so that the guide pulley is in
line with the outer line of the
smallest sprocket when looking
from the rear.
After this, install the chain.
Outer line of
smallest sprocket
1
2
1
Guide pulley
2
Top adjustment
screw
2. Securing the inner cable
Connect the cable to the
rear derailleur and, after
taking up the initial slack
in the cable, re-secure to
the front derailleur as
shown in the illustration.
Tightening torque:
5 - 7 Nm {44 - 60 in. lbs.}
Note: Be sure that the cable is
securely in the groove.
Pull
Groove
3. Low adjustment
While turning the front chainwheel,
operate the lever to shift to the
lowest gear.
Turn the low adjustment screw so
that the guide pulley moves to a
position directly in line with the
largest sprocket.
Largest
sprocket
Guide pulley
1
2
2
Low
adjustment screw
1
4. How to use the B-tension adjustment screw
Mount the chain on the smallest
chainring and the largest sprocket,
and turn the crank arm backward.
Then turn the B-tension adjustment
screw to adjust the guide pulley as
close to the sprocket as possible but
not so close that it touches. Next, set
the chain to the smallest sprocket and
repeat the above to make sure that the
pulley does not touch the sprocket.
Largest sprocket
Smallest sprocket
2
2
1
1
2
B-tension
ajustment screw
1
3rd 2nd Top
5. SIS Adjustment
(1) Operate the shifting lever to move the
Outer casing
adjustment barrel
chain from the top gear to the 2nd gear.
* If the chain will not move to the 2nd
gear, turn the outer casing adjustment
barrel to increase the tension ----- ➀
(counter clockwise)
* If the chain moves past the 2nd gear,
decrease the tension ----- ➁
(clockwise)
(2) Next with the chain on the 2nd gear,
increase the inner cable tension ➀ while
turning the crank arm forward. Stop
turning the outer casing adjustment
barrel just before the chain makes
noise against the 3rd gear.
This completes the adjustment.
For the best SIS performance, periodically
lubricate all power-transmission parts.
➀
➁
Counterclockwise ➀
Clockwise ➁
Outer casing
adjustment barrel
Inserting the inner cable
Insert the inner cable into the outer casing from the end with the marking on it.
Apply grease from the end with the marking in order to
maintain cable operating efficiency.
Marking
Cutting the outer casing
When cutting the outer casing, cut the opposite end to the end with the marking.
After cutting the outer casing, make the end round so that
the inside of the hole has a uniform diameter.
Attach the same outer end cap to the cut end of the outer casing.
Outer end cap
Replacing the inner cable
Replace the inner cable by carrying out
steps ➀ to ➂ as shown in the illustrations.
➀
➁
➂
Installation of the switch
Remove the switch cap and install
the switch as shown in the
illustration.
Switch
Switch cap
This service instruction explains how to use and maintain the Shimano bicycle parts
which have been used on your new bicycle.
For any questions regarding your bicycle or other matters which are not related to
Shimano parts, please contact the place of purchase or the bicycle manufacturer.
®
One Holland Irvine CA 92618 U.S.A. Phone 949-951-5003
Industrieweg 24 NL-8071 CT Nunspeet Holland Phone 31-341-272222
77 Oimatsu-cho 3-cho Sakai Osaka 590-8577 Japan
Please note: specifications are subject to change for improvement without notice. (English)
© Jul. 2001 by Shimano Inc. XBC SZK Printed in Malaysia
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