Santa Cruz Bicycles Thru-Axle Derailleur Hanger

Santa Cruz Bicycles Thru-Axle Derailleur Hanger
Santa Cruz Bicycles Thru-Axle Derailleur Hanger
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Thru-Axle Derailleur Hanger by Santa Cruz Bicycles
If you've inadvertently laid down your Santa Cruz and damaged or clipped off the ol' derailleur hanger, then this is the hanger you need to get shifting back in order. Please note that Type 2 hangers are for 2018 and earlier Boost frame models; Type 3 hangers are for 2019 and later Boost frame models.

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SKU: SNZ0312
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