Maintenance interval depends on the usage

Maintenance interval depends on the usage
SI-6KFFB-002-00
General Safety Information
Technical Service Instructions
SI-6KFFB-002
WARNING
• Use the reinforced connecting pin only for connecting the narrow type of chain.
• There are two different types of reinforced connecting pins 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.
Chain
9-speed super narrow chain
such as
CN-7701 / CN-HG93
8- / 7- / 6-speed narrow chain
such as
CN-HG50 / CN-HG40
Reinforced
connecting pin
Silver
Chain tool
TL-CN32 / TL-CN27
Use a handlebar grip with a maximum outer diameter of 32 mm.
Use the special tools (TL-UN74-S and TL-UN66) to install the bottom
bracket (1) and the front derailleur so that they face as shown in the
illustration. If the bottom bracket shell width is 68 mm, insert a spacer
(2.5 mm) as shown in the illustration when installing the front derailleur.
Install the adapter (2), and then use an 8 mm Allen key to install the
front chainwheel.
Pull
3
Tightening torque:
6 - 8 N·m {53 - 69 in. lbs.}
Front Derailleur
Series
Rapidfire Plus
ST-M410 / SL-M410
Outer casing
OT-SP40
Front derailleur
SL-M410
3
FD-M413
SL-M410
FC-M416 / FC-M415 / FC-M411 / FC-M410
BB-UN26 / BB-UN26-E
• 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
End Pin
Link Pin
cut at a place where it has been joined with a
reinforced connecting pin or an end pin.
• Be careful not to let the cuffs of your clothes get caught in the chain while riding,
otherwise you may fall off the bicycle.
• Check that the tension of the chain is correct and that the chain is not damaged. If the
tension is too weak or the chain is damaged, the chain should be replaced. If this is
not done, the chain may break and cause serious injury.
• It is important to periodically check the tightening torques for the crank arms and
pedals. After riding approximately 100 km (60 miles), re-check the tightening torques. If
the tightening torques are too weak, the crank arms or pedals may come off and the
bicycle may fall over, and serious injury may occur as a result.
• Check that there are no cracks in the crank arms before riding the bicycle. If there are
any cracks, the crank arm may break and you may fall off the bicycle.
• Obtain and read the service instructions carefully prior to installing the parts.
Loose, worn or damaged parts may cause the bicycle to fall over and serious injury
may occur as a result. We strongly recommend only using genuine Shimano
replacement parts.
• Obtain and read the service instructions carefully prior to installing the parts. If
adjustments are not carried out correctly, the chain may come off and this may cause
you to fall off the bicycle which could result in serious injury.
• Read these Technical Service Instructions carefully, and keep them in a safe place for
later reference.
Chain
➁ Adapter
➀ Bottom Bracket
5 mm Allen key
Spacer (2.5mm)
CN-HG50 / CN-HG40
Bottom bracket cable guide
Set so that the clearance between the chain guide outer
plate and the chain is 0 - 0.5 mm.
Tightening torque :
5 N·m {44 in. lbs.}
1
FD-M413 / FD-M412 / FD-M410 / FD-M410-E
Bottom bracket
3. Top adjustment
5 mm Allen key
Alivio
7.1mm
Reinforced Connecting Pin
SM-SP17 / SM-BT17 / SM-SP18 / SM-BT18
• Install the shifting lever in a
position where it will not
obstruct brake operation and
gear shifting operation.
• Do not use in a combination
which causes brake operation
to be obstructed.
➂ Front Chainwheel
Adapter / bottom bracket tightening torque:
50 - 70 N·m {435 - 608 in. lbs.}
Front chainwheel tightening torque:
35 - 50 N·m {305 - 435 in. lbs.}
Specifications
Front Derailleur
• In addition, if pedaling performance does not feel normal, check this once more.
• Before riding the bicycle, check that there is no play or looseness in the connection.
Also, be sure to retighten the crank arms and pedals at periodic intervals.
• When installing the pedals, apply a small amount of grease to the threads to prevent
the pedals from sticking. Use a torque wrench to securely tighten the pedals.
Tightening torque: 35 - 55 N·m {305 - 479 in. lbs.}. The right-hand crank arm has a
right-hand thread, and the left-hand crank arm has a left-hand thread.
• Do not wash the bottom bracket with high-pressure jets of water.
• If you feel any looseness in the bottom bracket axle, the bottom bracket should be
replaced.
• If gear shifting operations do not feel smooth, wash the derailleur and lubricate all
moving parts.
• If the amount of looseness in the links is so great that adjustment is not possible, you
should replace the derailleur.
• You should periodically wash the chainrings in a neutral detergent and then lubricate
them again. In addition, cleaning the chain with neutral detergent and lubricating it can
be a effective way of extending the useful life of the chainrings and the chain.
• The cuffs of your clothing may get dirty from the chain while riding.
• If the chain keeps coming off the chainrings during use, replace the chainrings and the
chain.
• When the chain is in the position shown in the
Front
illustration, the chain may contact the front
chainrings
chainrings or front derailleur and generate
noise. If the noise is a problem, shift the chain
onto the next-larger rear sprocket or the one
Rear
after.
sprockets
• Apply grease to the bottom bracket before
installing it.
Outer casing holders
• For smooth operation, use the specified outer casing and the
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.
• 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.
• Operation of the levers related to gear shifting should be made only when the front
chainwheel is turning.
• Parts are not guaranteed against natural wear or deterioration resulting from normal
use.
• 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.
Top adjustment
screw
Largest chainring
FD-M412
FD-M410
FD-M410-E
Model number
FD-M413 / FD-M412 / FD-M410
FD-M410-E
X
X
Normal type
X
X
Front chainwheel tooth difference
20T
20T
Min. difference between top and intermediate
10T
10T
S, M, L
S, M, L
Chainstay angle (a)
63°- 66°, 66°- 69°
63°- 69°
Applicable chain line
47.5 / 50 mm
50 mm
Top route type
Front derailleur installation band diameter
Installation band diameters:
S (28.6 mm), M (31.8 mm), L (34.9 mm)
Chainstay angle
Chain guide outer
plate
Chain
Be sure to follow the sequence described below.
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.
X = Available
< FD-M413 / FD-M412 / FD-M410 >
Pro-Set
alignment block
Install using the special tool TL-UN74-S
/ TL-UN66.
First install the main body, then the
adapter.
FD-M413
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
Low adjustment
screw
Intermediate
chainring
Largest sprocket
Chain position
Adapter
Main body
Largest sprocket
FD-M412
FD-M410
FD-M410-E
Smallest chainring
Chain guide
inner plate
Adapter / bottom bracket tightening torque:
50 - 70 N·m {435 - 608 in. lbs.}
Chain guide
inner plate
Chain
Chain
CAUTION
Note
Chain position
Smallest sprocket
SIS adjustment
2. Connecting and securing the inner cable
• If the chain is on the smallest or intermediate chainring, there is the danger of injury
from the tips of the teeth on the largest chainring.
Top route type
Pull
1
In order to realize the best performance, we recommend that the following combination be
used.
Front chainwheel
TL-CN32 / TL-CN27
Normal type
ST-M410
6.5mm
Black
After taking up the initial slack in the cable, re-secure to the
front derailleur as shown in the illustration.
Installation of the lever
< FD-M410-E >
Front Drive System
“Maintenance interval depends on the usage and riding
circumstances. Clean regularly the chain with an appropriate
chaincleaner. Never use alkali based or acid based solvents such
as rust cleaners. If those solvent be used chain might break and
cause serious injury.”
Installation of the Front Derailleur,
Bottom Bracket and Front Chainwheel
Operate lever (B) two times or
more, and check on the indicator
that the lever is at the lowest
position. Then remove the inner
hole cover and connect the inner
cable.
Use an 8 mm Allen key to install the front chainwheel.
Chainwheel
Model number
FC-M416 / FC-M415 / FC-M411 / FC-M410
Chainwheel tooth combination
42T-32T-22T / 48T-38T-28T
Bolt circle diameter
104 mm / 64 mm
Crank arm length
170 mm, 175 mm
Pedal thread dimensions
8 mm Allen key
(TL-WR38)
BC 9/16" X 20 T.P.I. (English thread)
Stamped marking
LL123
BB-UN26
LL113
LL123
LL113
Spindle length
123 mm
113 mm
123 mm
113 mm
Chain line
50.0 mm
50.0 mm
50.0 mm
50.0 mm
BC 1.37" X 24 T.P.I.
(68, 73 mm)
BC 1.37" X 24 T.P.I. (73 mm)
M 36 X 24 T.P.I. (70 mm)
Thread dimensions
BC 1.37" X 24 T.P.I. (68, 73 mm)
M 36 X 24 T.P.I. (70 mm)
Gear teeth should
come within this
range
Gear shifting operation
To shift from a small chainring to a larger chainring
(Lever A)
Inner hole cover
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
Pro-Set gauge
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.
1 mm
3 mm
Attach the same outer end cap to the cut end of the outer casing.
Lever (A) initial position
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 Tighten the top adjustment
the chain and the front
screw clockwise
derailleur inner plate at the
(about 1/8 turn).
largest chainring.
If there is interference between Loosen the top adjustment
the chain and the front
screw counterclockwise
derailleur outer plate at the
(about 1/8 turn).
largest chainring.
If the intermediate chainring is Loosen the outer casing
skipped when shifting from the adjustment barrel
largest chainring.
counterclockwise (1 or 2 turns).
If there is interference between Tighten the outer casing
the chain and front derailleur
adjustment barrel clockwise (1
inner plate when the rear
or 2 turns).
sprocket is shifted to the
largest sprocket when the
chainwheel is at the
intermediate chainring
position.
If the chain falls to the bottom
bracket side.
Outer end cap
The level section of the chain guide
outer plate should be directly above and
parallel to the largest chainring. Secure
using a 5 mm Allen key.
When lever (A) is pressed once, there is a shift of one step
from a small chainring to a larger chainring.
Example:
from intermediate chainring to largest chainring.
Outer casing adjustment barrel
After completion of steps 1 - 4, move the shifting lever to
check the shifting. (This also applies if shifting becomes
difficult during use.)difficult during use.)
Inner hole cover
Adjust and then install the front derailleur as shown in the illustration.
Do not remove the Pro-Set alignment block at this time.
1
5. Troubleshooting chart
Front chainwheel tightening torque:
35 - 50 N·m {305 - 435 in. lbs.}
Pro-Set alignment block
Both lever (A) and lever (B) always return to the initial position when they are released after shifting.
When operating one of the levers, always be sure to turn the crank arm at the same time.
1
Install the inner hole cover by turning it
as shown in the illustration until it stops.
Do not turn it any further than this,
otherwise it may damage the screw
thread.
Securely tighten
BB-UN26-E
3
Lever (B)
Inner cable
Bottom Bracket
Model number
3
Tighten the low adjustment
screw clockwise (about 1/2 turn).
Chainwheel
(largest chainring)
Chain guide
Tightening torque :
5 - 7 N·m {44 - 60 in. lbs.}
Use a 5 mm Allen key to tighten the wire fixing bolt.
Cut off the excess length of inner cable and then install the inner
end cap.
< FD-M412 / M410 / M410-E >
To shift from a large chainring to a smaller chainring
(Lever B)
< FD-M413 >
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.
Note:
Pass the cable through as
shown in the illustration.
When lever (B) is pressed once, there is a shift of one step
from a large chainring to a smaller chainring.
Example:
from largest chainring to intermediate chainring.
Lever (B)
Chain length
Add 2 links (with the chain on
both the largest sprocket and
the largest chainring)
Tightening torque :
5 - 7 N·m {44 - 60 in. lbs.}
Largest sprocket
Largest chainring
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Chain
Please note: specifications are subject to change for improvement without notice. (English)
© Feb. 2011 by Shimano Inc. XBC IZM Printed in Singapore.
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