Possible to fix this Sram Red rear derailleur?

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micky
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by micky

So today I was racing a local crit when after jumping over a very small speed bump like I normally do, when suddenly after a few meters I heard a noise due to my chain rubbing and then guys around me told me my rear derailleur was broken.
And this was what I found once I stopped;

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Basically the cage and jockeys wheels....dissapeared! :mrgreen:

Now going back to my question, is it possible to get spare parts for fix this?
I know there are many kits for tuning etc, carbon cages and stuff like this, but is there any that could suit my needs?
Thanks in advance!

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by sungod

the sram part number is 11.7515.020.000, this gives you the complete cage assembly, probably not many places will stock it, so you may need to have it ordered from the sram distributor

the spare may be more expensive than getting a complete rear mech, the older sram red is sometimes available at very good prices

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by micky

Indeed I gave a quick look and it seems it might be more expensive to buy the original parts than a whole used red derailleur.

Thanks anyway for the help :beerchug:

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