Item # DAG-2.2/ Tools / Derailleurs & Shifting / Frame & Fork
Derailleur Hanger Alignment Gauge
A misaligned derailleur hanger can cause skipping, missed shifts, and wreak general havoc on your bicycle's drivetrain. The DAG-2.2 is an indispensable shop tool that can be used to both measure and straighten misaligned derailleur hangers, diagnosing and solving many shifting problems. Compatible with virtually all derailleur-equipped bicycles, and adjusts to work with wheels from 16" to 29"+.
- Compatible with 16" to 29"+ wheels (ISO/ETRTO rim sizes from 317 to 630+)
- Fits most frame/hanger combos including low clearance thru-axle derailleur hangers
- Length: 405 mm (16")
- Weight: 937 g (33 oz.)
Bicycling: It's Time to Update Your Park Tool Gear Park Tool’s Derailleur Hanger Alignment Gauge is on its third iteration. The DAG-2.2 gets a head design refined to make it stronger, and the longer, narrower threaded tip is replaceable and better fits hangers that have a hood or tight frame clearance. The tighter tolerances of the 2.2 mean I can get hangers aligned a bit quicker. It also meant less wiggling of the arm on the head to find an alignment point, resulting in better precision when aligning new or bent hangers.
BikeRadar: Best New Bike Gear Poor rear shifting is all too commonly caused by a mis-aligned rear derailleur hanger. To correct this, a derailleur alignment tool provides the answer and there’s none more commonly used than the Park Tool DAG. The DAG-2.2 is a shop-tool that’s priced to be accessible to all.
Pinkbike Review: Park Tool DAG-2.2 vs Coherny Derailleur Hanger Gauge Tool As for which of these two tools is the right choice for a de facto bike mechanic like yourself, I really have to say it’s worth it to pony up for the Park. Although a cheap gauge eventually did get me good results, I had to put a lot of thought into it on the way.