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Rear mech hanger
#1
Right, not sure if this should be in here or in the frame section, but i dont think it should matter too much.

Pretty much, chain got caught in my derailler somehow, ripped it apart and proceeded to bend my mech hanger. Its replaceable, but i cant find the replacement.

The bikes a fairly old Pinarello, not exactly sure when its from because its secondhand but might be able to find out if i ring the previous owner.

http://www.sportslinkup.com/shop/0-Derailleur-dropout-4.html
gone through all the ones in here and its none of them

So first question: anyone know of any other sites where they have lots of mech hangers??

second question: anyone ever had the frame bend as well as the hanger even when its a replaceable one?? looking at it it looks to be as if the whole dropout have been pulled inwards, even more so at the bolt that attaches the hanger.

Sorry i cant post a picture or anything, i dont have a camera, not even on the phone.

thanks in advance
Jobe
"Yes Mr Car Driver, that's right, I'm pushing my bike."
(update: "Yes Mr Car Driver, that's right, I'm riding very slowly.")
"Why?? Well, because the muscles in my legs are currently being eaten away by lactic acid. So please either stop looking at me with that disapproving expression, or give me a lift"
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#2
Jobe, go here http://wheelsmfg.com/content/section/4/27/ and scroll down.
Put back together what is left of your hanger and try to match it up.

You may even get lucky and have a number stamped into the inside of the hanger. That would be a GREAT clue!
Wheelies don't pop themselves. (from a QBP fortune cookie)
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#3
Thank for the link.
Went through every one, somehow theres still nothing the same as mine lol
Looked all over with no number to find Sad

Theres a few that look similar, but none that are exactly the same. Could you make one fit with a bit of handiwork with a file do you think? or would that just make it more likely to break?

I was hoping to have the bike done to ride in a week or so, now it seems as if its going to take that long just to find one of these little buggers Sad

thanks anyway
Jobe
"Yes Mr Car Driver, that's right, I'm pushing my bike."
(update: "Yes Mr Car Driver, that's right, I'm riding very slowly.")
"Why?? Well, because the muscles in my legs are currently being eaten away by lactic acid. So please either stop looking at me with that disapproving expression, or give me a lift"
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#4
try these;
http://www.mountainbikecomponents.co.uk/result.asp?CategoryID=193&Name=HANGERS+%2F+DERAILLEUR+%2F+GEAR+HANGER+%2F+DROPOUT+%2F+MECH+HANGERS+%2F​+FORCELLINO+%2F+SCHALTAUGE+%2F+HANGERS
if yours is not listed, send them a pic and they may find a usable one for you.
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