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I need specs for a bicycle part. Th part is a rear wheel hub on a Kent Avigo Ridgeline 26 inch mens cruiser

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Go to parktool.com/repair and click on the hub of the bike. You will be given a series of topics to choose from and you can probably get what you are looking for by slecting hub service.

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