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Sorry I didn't include enough info. The model is 927046-RM1028. Trying to remove the front wheel. Is it held on with a bolt and if so what size socket will fit. Does the part the hub cap is mounted on come off when you remove the bolt or does it have to be removed in some special way. Thanks much for your help.

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