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Sette 20mm Front Hub Hub

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Weight : 249 grams MSRP : $70.00

Product Description

The Sette DH 20mm 32 Hole Hub is the answer to all of your down hill-front wheel needs. It featured an International Standard 6 bolt disc mount, and allows use with a 20mm thru axle and 32 hole rim. It weighs 249g and the heavy-duty cartridge sealed bearings will keep you rolling smoothly drop after drop.

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