Paul Components High Flange Hub

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Weight : 285 grams

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Product Description

  • Front Hub Spacing: 100 mm
  • Front Axle Type: 9x1
  • Intended Use: Single Speed
  • Hub Drilling: 32 spokes
  • Hub/Brake Compatibility: Rim Brake

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