American bottom brackets can be recognized because they have the largest bearing cups you'll find, and the crank that fits into them is a one-piece design (it's also called an Ashtabula crank). This type of BB is usually found on entry-level bicycles. To take this BB apart, you need to first remove the left pedal (turn it clockwise to remove it). Then you can easily take the American BB apart with plumber's pliers. Euro bottom brackets are the smallest and usually the lightest style of bottom bracket. You use BB tools to remove the crankarms and remove the BB cups from the frame so that you can service the bearings.
Mid bottom brackets are a press-fit design, which means you can press in and pull the bearings out with your hands. These BBs use medium-size bearings and are found typically on high-end bikes. Spanish bottom brackets were invented by a company called Fly bikes. They use the Mid bottom bracket design and reduce the size of the bearings, thus reducing weight a bit. They share the press-fit design for easy assembly/disassembly. Spanish BBs are favored by pro BMXers.
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The difference is a bracket is more like adding in extra information , a dash however is more like a comma in a complex sentence/clause .
( ) is a<x<b, ( ] is a<x<=b, [ ) is a<=x<b, [ ] is a<=x<=b. If there is no [ or solid bracket then there isn't a filled in dot, meaning that that number is not included. There is only a filled in dot when there is a solid bracket.
19mm or 22mm
I believe they should be struts, not shocks. The only difference is where the bracket is for the brake line, the strut itself is the same.
The angled bracket refers to the dot product between a and b.
The American Woodshop - 1991 Bracket Clock Plus Finishing Solutions was released on: USA: 28 November 2011
When material appears between brackets or parentheses, the bracket or parenthesis on the left 'opens' and the one on the right 'closes.' Therefore the closing bracket is the one on the right.
There isn’t a difference between 12U and U12. They both mean the same thing, under 12 yrs old. So say for the 2022-2023 season, the players would have to be born between 1-1-2011 to 12-31-2011 to play in this age bracket. Also players can usually play up a year in an age bracket (IE: players born in 2012), but can’t play down in an age bracket (IE: players born in 2010 and earlier).