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Does anyone know the measurement (in cm) between these two bolts on a Turner Burner rear triangle:

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Thanks. I want to see if the eye to eye measurement of the rear triangle on the Burner is the same as the 5-spot. I have always wondered if the Burner rear end with fit on the spot.
 

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Thanks. I want to see if the eye to eye measurement of the rear triangle on the Burner is the same as the 5-spot. I have always wondered if the Burner rear end with fit on the spot.
Why don't you just call Turner? I'm sure they could answer that question in a heart beat. Or, look at the specs. If the chainstays are the same length that might be an indication they are interchangeable.
 

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Why don't you just call Turner? I'm sure they could answer that question in a heart beat. Or, look at the specs. If the chainstays are the same length that might be an indication they are interchangeable.
Can't find the specs that detail that distance. I would assume the chain stay length would be different as to make room for the bigger tire. But you have a point, I think you should be able to calculate the lengths based upon the length of the chain stays and corresponding seat stays...
 

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Measured on my XL 3.0 now. It's hard to get it exact on the bike, but it looks like 223-224mm.
Thanks. For the 5-spot, the eye to eye the distance is ~225. I don't think it would fit. Good to know.
 

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Mines 222mm center to center large burner
Thanks. I think that puts the nail in the coffin regarding putting a Burner rear triangle on a 5-spot. It will not work.
 
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