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Old 05-05-20, 06:03 AM
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dsaul
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Originally Posted by BigPoser View Post
I've been looking at this same thing but for wider rear ends such as Boost 148, and Super Boost 157. I've seen specs on 157 having a 150 flange to flange width but nothing for 148. I would assume 141 for flange to flange, but I don't assume anything anymore especially with all of these "standards".
The same dropouts will be used for all of them and they have a 3.5mm deep slot for the end cap, so the spacing between the inside faces of the frame components will always be 7mm less than the space between the slot faces. The dummy axle width makes them compatible with whatever hub you plan to run.
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