How do I get these off?

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7/17/2013 11:55 AM

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I just removed my brake and was wondering how to remove these. They hold the brake caliper to the rear of the frame. Am I even supposed to remove them?
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7/17/2013 12:06 PM

What frame?
From the look of things,those do not come out.

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7/17/2013 12:13 PM

only way you can get those off is cutting them

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7/17/2013 12:16 PM

bloghogs wrote:

What frame?
From the look of things,those do not come out.

It's the Fit Benny 1 complete bike's frame

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7/17/2013 12:20 PM

Those are welded on my friend, they do not come off without a saw & a whole lot of effort.

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7/17/2013 12:20 PM

MAGIC!!!!

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Bruh

7/17/2013 12:22 PM

If you have to ask, you should probably put your brakes back on

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fack off

7/17/2013 12:26 PM

adamnmexican wrote:

If you have to ask, you should probably put your brakes back on

This.
Put. Your. Brakes. Back. On.

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7/17/2013 12:36 PM

Just take a hacksaw to them but do it carefully. If you have welded guides and more mounts on the frame, those I do not how to take off, but cutting those will make it look like shit.

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7/17/2013 12:48 PM

Witch a chainsaw.
And those are called brake mounts.

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7/17/2013 8:30 PM

Put your brakes back on

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7/17/2013 9:18 PM

Aaa off those and all the mounts. Then file them smooth. Then a dab of paint to keep it looking good. Although I recommend putting your brakes back on

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7/17/2013 9:20 PM

is it because your tire is rubbing. because thats what it looks like.

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7/17/2013 11:31 PM

adamnmexican wrote:

If you have to ask, you should probably put your brakes back on

Roqfan wrote:

This.
Put. Your. Brakes. Back. On.

Hahahahaha! This! And align your wheel in the dropouts or the effort to ride your bike will outweigh the fun you have while on it.

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7/17/2013 11:48 PM

adamnmexican wrote:

If you have to ask, you should probably put your brakes back on

Roqfan wrote:

This.
Put. Your. Brakes. Back. On.

Chuck8273 wrote:

Hahahahaha! This! And align your wheel in the dropouts or the effort to ride your bike will outweigh the fun you have while on it.

STUPID QUESTION AHEAD

What do you mean by align the wheel in the dropouts? As you can tell I'm new to bmx

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7/17/2013 11:51 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/17/2013 11:52 PM

SpacedSpade wrote:

STUPID QUESTION AHEAD

What do you mean by align the wheel in the dropouts? As you can tell I'm new to bmx

Your tire is clearly off to one side by the way the pic looks. Make the air gap on either side up towards your cranks the same. ( make the space between the forward end of your tire and the frame the same on both sides of your tire.)

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7/17/2013 11:57 PM

Chuck8273 wrote:

Hahahahaha! This! And align your wheel in the dropouts or the effort to ride your bike will outweigh the fun you have while on it.

SpacedSpade wrote:

STUPID QUESTION AHEAD

What do you mean by align the wheel in the dropouts? As you can tell I'm new to bmx

Chuck8273 wrote:

Your tire is clearly off to one side by the way the pic looks. Make the air gap on either side up towards your cranks the same. ( make the space between the forward end of your tire and the frame the same on both sides of your tire.)

Thanks man I'll try that!

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