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    Rear Mech Hanger..HELP!

    Hi Guys

    Nailed my mech hanger today and need one desperate by next weekend.

    It's a number 2

    Nicolai UK away until 9th Aug!

    Cheers

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    Is it QR or 12mm?

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    Sorry..QR

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    Cheers but they don't have a number 2 QR...

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    Try Dipper at Gravity Sports.

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    I think Crossmountain (ventas@crossmountain.mx) have it, but they are in Mexico

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    Thanks but I am in Scotland

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    I have a spare you can borrow but I think it might be a No.1! I'll check the morn and let you know.

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    Legend!

    Let me know and I will ping you the postage cost!

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    I wouldn't get too excited as I have a funny feeling it's a No.1.

    Have you got yer CCDB yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdr08
    I wouldn't get too excited as I have a funny feeling it's a No.1.

    Have you got yer CCDB yet?
    No worries...

    Is there much difference in the 0,1,2 etc?

    Yip got the CCDB and loving it.

    Still getting it dialed in.

    Fort William Trip again in a week so thats why I need the hanger so bad!

    Cheers

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    singlespeed it for Fort Bill ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbrembo
    No worries...Is there much difference in the 0,1,2 etc?
    Im not 100% sure, but ll suppose that there`s 1mm difference between those numbers (so they means alignment in mm`s) and different ones are -2, -1, 0, 1 and 2.

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    Just checked and it's a No.1 mech hanger I have! Just emailed Dipper to ask if it's suitable.

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    I think all the hangers are the same its just the roll pin hole is in a different place(fore and aft)The number tells them where the hole has to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norcosam
    I think all the hangers are the same its just the roll pin hole is in a different place(fore and aft)The number tells them where the hole has to be.
    So will this make him run in clockwise or anti-clockwise circles?

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    Better than no hanger.

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    Kbrembo, PM me your address and I'll stick it in the post to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norcosam
    I think all the hangers are the same its just the roll pin hole is in a different place(fore and aft)The number tells them where the hole has to be.
    No - the number on it sets the alignment in the vertical plane (moving the dropout up/down). Sliding the dropout back and forth sets the alignment in the horizontal plane - when it is aligned a hole is drilled in the frame. Aligning the frame hole with the hole in the RADO ensures alignement is correct when the RADO is replaced.

    Any dropout will work as a replacement and the closer the number the less out of alignment it will be. You should swap for a dropout of the correct number when you can but a '1' will only be slightly out if a '2' is correct.
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