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    Hi all. Fellow Corsa owner.

    Was hoping to find out if any of you could point me towards the correct rear mech hanger for Corsas built around 2014 or so. I've tried reaching out to Summer Cycles a few times via email but have yet to get a reply. I'm still on my original hanger and after almost 18,500 miles I'm really due for a replacement. Thanks in advance.10296485_856058094411558_8745440485513743685_o.jpg

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    Might be worth checking out the Gen2 Corsa hanger here: https://ridecommonwealth.bigcartel.com/products. Cantabrigian Mechanics are the guys who were welding up Corsas back around 2012/2013 (maybe even earlier, too). I think in late 2013/early 2014 production shifted to K. Bedford, but the Cantabrigian guys may have still been supplying hangers. They may be bit more responsive to emails than Summer Cycles if you decide to reach out to them (I ordered a hanger from them last year and received it quickly).

    Great looking Corsa, BTW!

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    Is it this one? Linked earlier in this thread I believe. Can't remember where I got the bookmark.

    https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-han...-hanger-5.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillT. View Post
    Might be worth checking out the Gen2 Corsa hanger here: https://ridecommonwealth.bigcartel.com/products. Cantabrigian Mechanics are the guys who were welding up Corsas back around 2012/2013 (maybe even earlier, too). I think in late 2013/early 2014 production shifted to K. Bedford, but the Cantabrigian guys may have still been supplying hangers. They may be bit more responsive to emails than Summer Cycles if you decide to reach out to them (I ordered a hanger from them last year and received it quickly).

    Great looking Corsa, BTW!
    Many thanks for the info/advice. And thanks for the kind words on my Corsa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by j44ke View Post
    Is it this one? Linked earlier in this thread I believe. Can't remember where I got the bookmark.

    https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-han...-hanger-5.html
    That looks _really_ close. I'll take mine off and try to compare. Many thanks.

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    I swear when KB started the builds (V3), hanger 5 was a replacement. I sold my OG Corsa because the hanger was impossible to find, and picked up my current one because it was a KB frame. But now that I’m looking at my dropout, I do t think it’s 5....it’s kinda like a hybrid between 5 and 6. Hm...
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    Found a thread from across the hall regarding Cabron hangers where Craig mentions hanger #5 is what’s used.

    https://forums.thepaceline.net/showp...2&postcount=12
    -Dustin

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    There should be a law that bike companies are required to stock hangers for as long as they're in business. If not a law then at least it should be a moral imperative.

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    Zank also use the Cantabrigian dropout on his AL frames so he might be another source for replacement hangers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashDustin View Post
    I swear when KB started the builds (V3), hanger 5 was a replacement. I sold my OG Corsa because the hanger was impossible to find, and picked up my current one because it was a KB frame. But now that I’m looking at my dropout, I do t think it’s 5....it’s kinda like a hybrid between 5 and 6. Hm...
    My LBS ordered what they thought would be the correct one, and I have a feeling it was the #5 . It just barely didn't match up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristan View Post
    There should be a law that bike companies are required to stock hangers for as long as they're in business. If not a law then at least it should be a moral imperative.
    Couldn't agree more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashDustin View Post
    Found a thread from across the hall regarding Cabron hangers where Craig mentions hanger #5 is what’s used.

    https://forums.thepaceline.net/showp...2&postcount=12
    I just talked w/ my guy at the LBS and he said the #5 won't work. But I appreciate the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j_haines View Post
    I just talked w/ my guy at the LBS and he said the #5 won't work. But I appreciate the help.
    Well crap. There are so many that look so close. Like this one:

    https://wheelsmfg.com/derailleur-han...hanger-31.html

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    Are Gaulzetti still operating?
    Not much activity on the Summer Cycles site or Insta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs124 View Post
    Are Gaulzetti still operating?
    Not much activity on the Summer Cycles site or Insta.
    As of about 8 months ago I saw new frames rolling out. But, pretty disappointed none of my emails have been answered.

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    small boutique shop - holidays? There's a phone number on the website - maybe someone picks up?

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    Summer is operating a total skeleton schedule. Craig is a one man show right now hence the lack of online updates. Totally understand the frustration but you just gotta be patient on the email front. I imagine they get a boat load of emails. Definitely try calling.

    Not a Gaulzetti, but I got my Seven via Craig in the summer and it was delivered five weeks to the day from my initial fit. He was super to work with despite being a one man show then, also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Costello View Post
    small boutique shop - holidays? There's a phone number on the website - maybe someone picks up?
    As someone who runs their own business I totally understand about holiday hours and being overworked. The emails were sent mid Summer-early Fall.

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