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Old 06-06-18, 06:08 PM
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Broken derailleur hanger, where to find replacement?

I need to replace a broken rear derailleur hanger for a 2017 Fuji Cross 1.5, and I'm not having any luck finding anything that even looks remotely similar. See attached photos. Not sure what relevance, if any, the D034B stamp has in locating a replacement?
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Have you tried contacting the Fuji Importer/distributor?
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https://derailleurhanger.com/manufacturer/fuji/

https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-han...rers/fuji.html
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Have you tried contacting the Fuji Importer/distributor?
Yes, but no response yet.
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I believe the D034B to be a Fuji part #.

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https://www.schaltauge.com/Fuji-Rear...eur-Hanger-867

https://soshanger.com/RT867-derailleur-hanger
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When you find the correct hanger buy an extra to keep as a spare.
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When you find the correct hanger buy an extra to keep as a spare.
+1 It's a corollary to Murphy's Law. If you buy one you will break it and have to order still another one. If you buy two, the spare will still be unused when you finally dispose of the bike.
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+1 It's a corollary to Murphy's Law. If you buy one you will break it and have to order still another one. If you buy two, the spare will still be unused when you finally dispose of the bike.
Agreed, I consider buying two to be a sort of insurance premium against hanger damage.
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+1 It's a corollary to Murphy's Law. If you buy one you will break it and have to order still another one. If you buy two, the spare will still be unused when you finally dispose of the bike.
And there is another possibility:
You replace the broken one now.
Years later it breaks and you again go through all the fuss of finding a replacement.
Then shortly after installing the replacement, you stumble across the spare that you bought with the first replacement, but totally forgot about.
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https://derailleurhanger.com/ look for a visual match, among the Hundreds .

brand sorting menu shows 4 https://derailleurhanger.com/manufacturer/fuji/
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Hi PixelPaul - I'm trying to find the replacement same hanger. Have you had any luck?
I have found it online but not in stock (google derailleur hanger 867) and neither website has replied to my emails.
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Available in November 2018. https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-han...anger-354.html
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Originally Posted by PixelPaul View Post
Yes, but no response yet.
Did you ever get a response?

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I'm trying to find the replacement same hanger. Have you had any luck?.
Tried contacting Fuji and your local Fuji dealer?

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Originally Posted by cobba View Post

Tried contacting Fuji and your local Fuji dealer?
My very helpful LBS managed to get one and one only from the local (Australian) distributors. I get the impression they are in short supply.

Murphy's Law however - I stacked and snapped my current hanger two days before I picked up the spare, and am therefore still without a spare for my trip in 4 weeks. My LBS are contacting the distributor again but given they could only give me one initially I'm not holding my breath.
Cobba you seem to be in the know - are there other international sellers/distributors you could recommend?
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Yes, but no response yet.
Hi man,

any luck so far?
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Has anyone on here dealt with derailleurhanger.com? They look legit...

Mine might be a touch bent, and I'm thinking of picking one up before I do a spring overhaul.
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Has anyone on here dealt with derailleurhanger.com? They look legit...

Mine might be a touch bent, and I'm thinking of picking one up before I do a spring overhaul.
yes, more than once. They are legit.
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Has anyone on here dealt with derailleurhanger.com? They look legit...

Mine might be a touch bent, and I'm thinking of picking one up before I do a spring overhaul.
Legit. Been around forever. Reputable. Consider a hanger alignment gauge too. One of my most-used tools.
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For those who are suffering to replace the derailleur hanger from Fuji, a friend of mine got one reaching "advanced sports dot com"

sorry. got a
"You are not allowed to post URLs until you have at least 10 posts" trying to post the website, but I would say worth at least send an email to them.

Good luck folks!
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I was a Fuji dealer a decade or so ago. Packed with every new Fuji was the usual owner's manual, and a spare derailleur hanger. The only one of my brands that did so. Don't know if they have carried on the tradition, but it would be worth checking with your local dealer.
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Originally Posted by PixelPaul View Post
I need to replace a broken rear derailleur hanger for a 2017 Fuji Cross 1.5, and I'm not having any luck finding anything that even looks remotely similar. See attached photos. Not sure what relevance, if any, the D034B stamp has in locating a replacement?
I have had good results by going to ebay. I don't think many der hangers are proprietary , most work on several brands of bike. However I did have to buy a backup der hanger from Intense. $$
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I just ordered a replacement from Wheels Manufacturing. They call the part the Dropout 354. wheelsmfg dot com
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