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Flybikes Front Hub

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MSRP : $87.00

Product Description

The Flybikes BMX Front Hub is a sturdy hubThat is both smooth rolling and strong. Front Hub Spacing: 100 mm Front AxleType: 3/8" Skewer Included: Bolt-On Intended Use: BMX Hub Drilling: 36 spokes Hub/Brake Compatibility: Rim Brake

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