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    Gear Hanger/ Rear Dropout for a 2006 trek 4400

    heyy guys! this is my first post on here i have recently purchased a 2006 trek 4400 frame, the problem i am facing is that it didnt come with a gear hanger/dropout i am just wondering if anyone on here knows what type it would be and possibly where to get one from??

    many thanks

    Adam

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    Contact Trek directly. They will either be able to sell/send you one or tell you where to obtain one.

    BTW, why didn't the seller include it?

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    well he was given the frame by his grandfather who found it so basically it just had what was on it

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    try dérailleur.com ,they are very helpful.

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    i tried that but it says there is no such website :S

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    I have never used it, but, Mark, our parts guy knows his stuff and says this site is quite good:
    http://www.derailleurhanger.com/

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    Generally, I go to the manufacturer or local bike shop (LBS).

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    Quote Originally Posted by j mendivil View Post
    I have never used it, but, Mark, our parts guy knows his stuff and says this site is quite good:
    http://www.derailleurhanger.com/
    cool thanks man! i tried it though and i can see one that i think is correct but it doesnt list my frame there any ideas??

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    I've ordered from deraailleurhanger.com and was pleased. Their site recommends:

    "To make a purchase:
    Choose your derailleur hanger carefully. The photograph is probably the most reliable method. Also take into consideration the models said to use a particular hanger. Sometimes customers do not remember the year of manufacture of their bike, or even which model they have. Also, some bicycle models used two different derailleur hangers within one year's production. Please rely on the photo as the best means to identify which hanger you should order."

    Or call and talk to them.
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