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    Finding a local derailleur hanger?

    Goblin v1.0 - is there another common brand (Trek, Spec, etc) whose rear derailleur hanger will cross fit to the Goblin? Or am I stuck with waiting to mail one? I'm hoping I can find a match that one of the LBS would have.

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    Two years still waiting for mine from Airborne, Try
    Airborne Derailleur Hangers

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    Two years???

    Thanks, I knew about that site and since they're in CO I'd probably have it in two days. Just hoping there might be a cross fit to something like a Trek X-cal or some other commonly available part.

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    The dropout/hanger is also found on several GT bikes, like older Zaskars.Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    The dropout/hanger is also found on several GT bikes, like older Zaskars.Hope that helps.
    Thanks, that's what I was looking for but was hoping for a wider spectrum of fitment. Coming from you, I'll treat that list as complete though. Ah well, I ordered one from DH.com and should be here tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBaldBlur View Post
    Thanks, that's what I was looking for but was hoping for a wider spectrum of fitment. Coming from you, I'll treat that list as complete though. Ah well, I ordered one from DH.com and should be here tomorrow.
    Which hanger # did you happen to order?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WineDine29er View Post
    Which hanger # did you happen to order?
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    I got mine back off ebay back when I rode a GT and needed them, one of the many parts where you should have spares in hand, and always one in your backpack.

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    Got my derailleur hangers today, next day after ordering because we're both in Colorado. I'm not bagging on Airborne, but this part looks to be better made than the OEM one. Big thumbs up to derailleurhanger.com and Sleevem1 for the recommendation!


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    I had same experience with my Specialized one. The original one was cast aluminum and was kindof blobular. It broke when I accidentally hit a small rock on the side of the trail. Replacement one was machined aluminum and seems way more durable.

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