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What's the Standard Spacing Between Canti Studs On BMX Frames?

Old 05-27-07, 03:17 AM
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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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Old 05-27-07, 05:54 AM
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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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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker
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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Old 05-29-07, 10:34 PM
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Nobody here has a bike with a rear brake and a ruler? Come on guys, please help a fella out! Thanks.
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My Digital Caliper says 3.4515" from center to center of the bolts, I don't know how close that is but I tried.
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never the right place/time for me (bike and ruler/caliper not in the same place)

thanks for steppin' up WTP!
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Originally Posted by wethepeople
My Digital Caliper says 3.4515" from center to center of the bolts, I don't know how close that is but I tried.
Thanks. Now to convert that to millimeters.....

EDIT: It's 87mm and some change.
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If you are skeptical, you could always e-mail a good frame company such as Solid, FBM or S&M and see what the measurements they use are.

www.fbmbmx.com
www.solidbmx.com
www.sandmbikes.com
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker
If you are skeptical, you could always e-mail a good frame company such as Solid, FBM or S&M and see what the measurements they use are.

www.fbmbmx.com
www.solidbmx.com
www.sandmbikes.com
I'm not skeptical at all. And thanks for the great idea!
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