Result: derailleur hangar snapped, derailleur caught in spokes, came around and smacked the seatstay. The bike didn't go down (verry low speed incident), but the stay is snapped.
This thread is not a debate of whether to fix it (or get it fixed), it's about what I am doing to fix it myself. Feel free to chime in and tell me I'm looney.
I'm rescuing the frame from the bin, and will learn some skills in the process.
Pics and story to follow.
Here is a "before" pic. It's plain to see the setup was my own fault. I took this picture last year, after building the bike up. I didn't intend to run a 32 in back, but it was possible. But it wasn't possible to cross-chain.
Here is my shopping list for this repair so far (just under $60 USD):
Jockey Wheels: http://www.ebay.com/itm/CNC-Aluminium-J ... 1384026130
Epoxy resin: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0181MDH30
EDIT: check out thumper88's post on page three for info on "WEST 105". If I were doing this again, I'd take his advice.
Carbon fiber fabric: (ordered unidirectional, received 2x2 twill): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DRLC5FG
Carbon fiber fabric: (plain weave. I'm very happy with this stuff) http://www.ebay.com/itm/112387583046
I'll need a new rear derailleur cable, too.