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derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

Hi,

Unfortunately, I damaged derailleur hanger in my bike Stockli Beryll RSC 2016. I would like buy new hanger.
Do you know the online shop where I can buy this part ?
I live in Poland and the possibility of shipping to PL is very desirable
Thanks in advance.
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Old 30.06.2017, 15:40
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Hi,

Unfortunately, I damaged derailleur hanger in my bike Stockli Beryll RSC 2016. I would like buy new hanger.
Do you know the online shop where I can buy this part ?
I live in Poland and the possibility of shipping to PL is very desirable
Thanks in advance.
Why do you think it's a specific Stöckli part? I'm assuming it's a replaceable part, so it may be interchangeable with other stuff.

There's a great chart showing many of these on http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/hangers/dropouts.pdf , or post a picture here I'll have a look in my box-of-bits.

If it is a specific Stöckli part then the only place you'll be able to get it is a Stoeckli shop. Their products are never sold by third parties. http://www.stoeckli.ch
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

I'm also very interested in hanger to Beryll. Unfortunately, Stoeckli email is not responding and there is no one hanger in online shops (or i can not use google).

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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

I wonder why so many Stöckli bikes have deraillereur problems in Poland...
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I wonder why so many Stöckli bikes have deraillereur problems in Poland...
I wonder why the OP, and now this second poster, don't follow my suggestion above. In my experience (not of Stöckli) most derailleur hangers are fairly standard, so it's likely that one may be able to find one that's suitable from other sources than an official Stöckli shop.

I even posted a link to help identify it.
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

Maybe because your hints lead to nowhere? I mean, there is no similar hanger to the one from Beryll (at least, i can not spot it).
Notice that there is no Stoeckli distributor in Poland.
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Notice that there is no Stoeckli distributor in Poland.
Where did you buy your bike then?
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

Might be worth dropping an email to these guys and asking https://pilo.co.il/derailleur-hangers.html
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

So post a picture of the hanger, then maybe, just maybe, someone will be able to help.

All else apart, you may not realise it but the differences between most hangers is very small, so it's quite likely that with just a little adjustment a similar one would do the job. I've chopped and changed gear components many times over the years and would be surprised if it weren't possible to find a solution with a more generic part.
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I wonder why the OP, and now this second poster, don't follow my suggestion above. In my experience (not of Stöckli) most derailleur hangers are fairly standard, so it's likely that one may be able to find one that's suitable from other sources than an official Stöckli shop.

I even posted a link to help identify it.
TBH honest, there's all together actually thousands of different ones, and you posted a link to about 25 different ones from other brands.

Unless OP states/knows the exact model his best/quickest bet would be to go to a proper workshop and have them cut a new one.
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Where did you buy your bike then?

Secondhand.

In Switzerland, do you buy items only from brand shops ???
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

Sorry for my previous suggestion, step 1 should always be to send an email to the manufacturer and requesting the option to buy the part.
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Secondhand.

In Switzerland, do you buy items only from brand shops ???
Stöckli only sell their own branded products, be it skis, cycles or anything else, through their own shops (in Switzerland).
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Secondhand.

In Switzerland, do you buy items only from brand shops ???
1. You are the second Polish who has a bike that does not sell in Poland with the same problem coming here.

2. Stöckli: Expensive bicycles, but not outstanding. Slightly obscure Swiss brand (for bikes, their skis are quite well known...) mainly selling to Swiss customers. Not something you'd be so keen on that you'd mailorder from Switzerland.

3. Derailleurs are the number one item to break when a bike is not transported properly. If somebody would, say, transport a lot of bikes in one truck, that's the exact piece that would break most likely, no?


It's so stereotypical... do I really need to spell it out?
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1. You are the second Polish who has a bike that does not sell in Poland with the same problem coming here.

2. Stöckli: Expensive bicycles, but not outstanding. Slightly obscure Swiss brand (for bikes, their skis are quite well known...) mainly selling to Swiss customers. Not something you'd be so keen on that you'd mailorder from Switzerland.

3. Derailleurs are the number one item to break when a bike is not transported properly. If somebody would, say, transport a lot of bikes in one truck, that's the exact piece that would break most likely, no?


It's so stereotypical... do I really need to spell it out?
Your advice boils down to: Stop stealing rare national brands.
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There is a reason why more VWs and Audis get stolen than anything else: Parts availability and ease of sale...
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

It's going to be either a Shimano or an SRAM part. In fact, looking at the current models on the Stocki site, I'd guess it's a Shimano XTR.

A refinement on this search will probably get you somewhere:

https://www.google.com/search?q=shim...ano+XTR+hanger
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It's going to be either a Shimano or an SRAM part. In fact, looking at the current models on the Stocki site, I'd guess it's a Shimano XTR.
Now if only one of our Polish friends were to actually look at what they've got, eh?
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Re: derailleur hanger for Stockli bike

Hi again,
forestowy on the side . Sorry, I forgot confirm my first account and I lost access them
Two important things:

1. Before I asked a question here, I was looking for this everywhere Ebay, google, everything all knows website with hangers - unsuccessfully. Trust me. I can use google
Scott has very similar hangers, but hasn't identical.

2. Hanger is avalible direct in Stockli Switzland They sent me it by post. @czarek if you need more information, don't hesist contact with me with PM

If you know where else to buy such a hanger, please let me know.

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