CDH Frame derailleur dropout HELP

aqua zombie

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Sep 11, 2012
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I’m very new to building/assembling derailleur and shifting components. I have a cdhpower frame with what I call a “track” style for the rear wheel to be accepted into. I would like to build this bike to shift. Does anyone have any advice on what components I need to get from a-b as far as setting up a rear derailleur for a 5 speed freewheel. I have included a pic below as to the style of dropout I have. (Technicaly not a dropout?) basically I don’t know if there is a direct bolt on setup or do I need to fabricate something for the derailleur to hang on to?
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wrench

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It's up to you to pick one out.

The derailleur should mount like it's suppose to, If anything ya might have to drill a hole for the hanger set bolt
Check these out, you should be able to figure something out.
 
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aqua zombie

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I found this… and plan to give it a shot. Then I assume a “direct mount” style derailleur would be in order, that will be capable of the amount of speeds I am working with.
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