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    rear derailer problem.......NEED HELP

    the place where the rear derailer screws into or onto the bike, what is that called??? i think its the the bottom bracket?? but it stripped and im pissed off, i need help, where can i order them off of the web??

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    The place that the rear der. threads into is called the der. hanger. If you have an alu. frame with a replaceable one chances are you can get another one. If is is a steel frame take it to a LBS and have them fix it. If it is a Ti. frame take it to your LBS.

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    god im stupid, so its a derailer hanger? koool its an aluminum frame and its replaceable, but where can i find one

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    What frame do you have?

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    its a 1999 gary fisher marlin its a hard-tail

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    Go to this page: http://www.fisherbikes.com/index.asp
    Click on dealers at the top roght of the page. Enter info and KA POW! You have the closest Fisher Dealer that should be able to hook you up.

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    Are you sure it is stripped? The nut inside of the frame will spin making it feel like it's stripped. It can be held from the back side with a large screwdriver. Just a thought.
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    yeah there is no nut, i went to my lbs and orded one so itll be here in two days

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