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Rear Derailleur hanger replacement and no name frame

Old 11-30-13, 05:56 PM
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Rear Derailleur hanger replacement and no name frame

I was just wondering on the carbon fiber no name frames that that are on ebay, where would anyone get a replacement derailleur hanger?
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Old 11-30-13, 06:08 PM
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When I bought my no-name (which I am pretty happy with) back in 2010, I emailed the seller before I completed the transaction to request two extra hangers. There were included at no charge.
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Old 11-30-13, 06:13 PM
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Expect still to drop by the LBS to get the alignment tweaked once the bike is together .
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goto LBS, have them lookup matching hanger, special order
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Old 11-30-13, 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
Expect still to drop by the LBS to get the alignment tweaked once the bike is together .
How do you align a carbon frame?
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Old 11-30-13, 06:27 PM
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When you have NFI, all you can do is browse https://www.derailleurhanger.com/ and find one that looks like it'll fit.

At my co-op we have a little collection of them, which is handy... yesterday I spotted a decent frameset minus its hanger, and the first one I pulled out of the tub fit like a charm... but often a bit of filing or dremel work is required to make it fit...

I can actually imagine a future where frame makers have settled on a mere half-dozen types of hanger or so, but I have no idea how to get there. ISO up, h0nkies.
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Old 11-30-13, 06:37 PM
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the removable /replaceable derailleur hanger is what you align/ or your index shifting is whack.
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When you get that alignment right, chain chatter will be silenced and your bike will purr as you pedal. Seriously.
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Thank you for all the replies.
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