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What is the proper replacement derailleur hanger for a Colnago Cristallo and where could I get one?

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Go to a bike shop that specializes in Colnago or one that is willing to order that part for you. You may find one on ebay but it is doubtful. Where did you get the bike? that shop should have them. Good luck

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