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Hi, I have a boys 20inch huffy bike we are struggling majorly to attach the front wheel can anyone help ?

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Over the Internet, without knowing why you are having a problem, it's very difficult to help. It is certainly important that it be assembled properly before it is ridden. Try some of the videos in this Google search: install front bolt on wheel bicycle Google Search

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