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need fix for broken derailleur hanger

Old 01-06-24, 09:34 PM
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need fix for broken derailleur hanger

I am fixing up an old Diamond Back Ascent and found that the nib on the deraillleur hanger had broken off The previous owner haf drilled a hole in the hanger and mounted a removable claw. I want to use the hanger but need to find a way to replace that little nib on the forged dropout. so far my only thought is to fabricate a sleave from sheet metal that somehow includes a little ledge for the B screw to bump against. Has anyone addressed this issue before. I don't want to get into brazing.
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Drill and tap a wee hole, and set a cheese-head screw in there with some threadlocker.
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Washer hack for Huret dropout?

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Originally Posted by oneclick
Drill and tap a wee hole, and set a cheese-head screw in there with some threadlocker.

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we have had posts about this being done successfully here on the forum


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