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2003 Orbea Marmolada replacement derailleur hanger

Old 04-01-16, 05:52 PM
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2003 Orbea Marmolada replacement derailleur hanger

Hello all,
My brother just crashed the Orbea Marmolada. He is mostly okay but he bent the replaceable rear derailleur hanger. Can you help me figure out which one to get as a replacement?

I can get some better pictures if it would help.
Maybe this one?
https://www.universalcycles.com/shop...&category=3211

Thanks!
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Search rear derailleur hanger, and you'll find sites for those who make or sell aftermarket replacements. They'll have a cross reference or fit chart.

If that Orbea isn't on any of the charts, you can try emailing Orbea directly, or one of the after market suppliers to see if they have one "close enough for government work".
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When you find the right one I'd suggest you buy 2 so that you will still have a spare after replacing the bent one.

Don't neglect to check/adjust the new hanger's alignment, even a new one (or the frame) may be slightly out.
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if its not too badly bent why don’t you bend it back, it helps to have an alignment tool but some people thread a spare wheel into the hanger and use that as a gauge
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I found the derailleur hanger I need at a place called 925 Engineering. They're in California. It's machined from 6061 aluminum. Has anyone ever heard of them? Their price is the best I've found, $9.95 and $4 shipping.
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For $24 dollars (two hangers and the shipping) its well worth the risk. 6061 is a suitable aluminum alloy for this use.
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I went ahead and ordered from them. In the meantime I removed the old one and got it straightened with a pair of adjustable wrenches. The bike is now shifting fine, I went for a 15 mile ride with no issues. I have a friend with an alignment tool I can borrow to get it perfect when the new hanger arrives.
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