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Old 05-27-07, 03:17 AM   #1
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What's the Standard Spacing Between Canti Studs On BMX Frames?

What's the standard spacing between canti studs on BMX frames? Thanks.
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Canti Stud?
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They are a type of brake mounts callum.

And i think you would get this answered in the Frame Builders section, if you're lucky Fit or Expat would move it for you...
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thanks mate.
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I didn't know if the forum I moved it to was the right one to move it to, but if you need it moved somewhere else, tell me.
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They are a type of brake mounts callum.

And i think you would get this answered in the Frame Builders section, if you're lucky Fit or Expat would move it for you...
Hopefully someone here can be kind enough to just measure the studs they may have on a frame. It's not really a question for the frame builders. Thanks.
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I do not have a BMX bike with canti studs but the Mountain Bikes in the garage canti studs are 80 mm apart, center of the post to center of post.
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