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Old 11-11-18, 05:53 PM
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There is no reason you can not make it a quick realse if you have some mechanicsl skills. Take the rear hub apart and measure the diameter, length and threading you will need. Go start searching at your bike shop or on the internet. The bike shop might have a used hub with all the parts you will need to do it. Roger
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