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[* black] '''Skipping'''
[* black] We recommend following the steps below to diagnose and repair a skipping problem
[* black] Check your derailleur function to be sure the high limit screw is properly adjusted and that the derailleur is indexing properly. For help with that, check out our [guide|56|derailleur adjustment guide]
[* black] Check the B-limit screw. If the B-limit screw is too far from the cassette it can cause shifting/skipping problems. Check out our set-up guides for [guide|42|Shimano] and [guide|43|Sram] how to properly adjust a B-limit screw
[* black] Check your chain for wear and/or sticky links
[* black] Check your chain length. If chains are too short it can affect the function of the derailleur, especially on full suspension bikes and with Sram rear derailleurs
[* black] Check derailleur for wear in links
[* black] Still having problems, dropproblems? Drop us a line at support@bythehive.com
[* black] Still having problems, dropproblems? Drop us a line at support@bythehive.com