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Old 02-15-14, 03:51 AM   #1
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Derailleur hanger

I have one of these hangers on my caad4:

My question is: Are there threads in the frame or do the screws go in one side of the hanger and fasten on the other side? I don't want to take it of because I don't want to risk stripping the threads or the head of the screws when I put it back.
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Old 02-15-14, 04:25 AM   #2
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I have one of these hangers on my caad4:

My question is: Are there threads in the frame or do the screws go in one side of the hanger and fasten on the other side? I don't want to take it of because I don't want to risk stripping the threads or the head of the screws when I put it back.
Thanks!
The hanger itself has the threads.

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The hanger itself has the threads.

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Thanks man! Now I don't have to worry about stripping the frame.
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The treads are on the hanger it self , but you do need to be carful ,they can still strip out if you don't .
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