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Originally Posted by Miele Man View Post
A Wolf Tooth Roadlik rear derailleur extender should allow you to use a bigger rear cassette cog with your present 105 rear derailleur. You'll probably need a longer chain though.

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I’ve used the Roadlink to extend the range of the rear derailer on my touring bike

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It works well and allows me to use a 36 tooth cog on the cassette without issue. On my Cannondale, I did have to do some file surgery to the hanger, however. The Roadlink doesn’t work on all derailer hangers.
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