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It has 105 groupset except for the cassette (tiagra).
My other bike is Scott speedster with tiagra groupset.
The Scott has 9 speed cassette while the Trek is 10 speed.
I've trying to adjust the derailleurs on the new bike.
I can't get the front derraileur not to touch the chain.
The adjustment screws don't seem to move much at all.
When I compare both bikes scott with tiagra has a wider front derraileur. I never have to adjust it in 3 years.
I olny adjusted the rear derrailleur once.
I also noticed the tiagra front derraileur is more solid while the 105 looks flimsy with thinner material.
I can change to any gears front and rear on the Scott and it won't touch the chain.
Not the case with the Trek.
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