Hang on, you have the old bottom bracket... just measure it.
Also if it's that much too short and not jammed right into the frame bending the rings then it's probably around the correct length.
( as if it was that much too short from 122, it'll be hitting the frame)
If there is <10mm at the chainstay with the arm and they are not touching, the job should be a goodun'
Only retro Suntour would be using the 122mm+ lengths I would have thought.
Modern stuff will be in the 107 to 118 region.
If it's the original chainset then it's a Sun Race FC-M55 chainset if it is original, and the 2002 bike (no 2001 bike)
It would have had a VP cartridge bottom bracket in it so the cup/cone is a bodge sometime after (probably)
If it is SunRace you could email them, the FC-M52 and similar level do use 122mm bottom brackets and the is now, no reason the old M55 didn't then.
Nope 110mm should be the 'stock' length or so say Kona in the Tech docs (in the Archive)
The Kona Hula is a 24" bike with plenty of performance for the young ridesr.
Built around an excellent frame with a lightweight parts package.
Ø 31.8 x 1.8t
Ø 38 x 1.8t
Ø 31.8 x 2.3t
Ø 41 * Ø 33.95
Ø 19 x 1.8t
Ø 22.2 x 1.8t
68 x 110mm
· 6061 aluminum tubing. Forged bottom bracket and head tube
· Forged dropouts with replaceable derailleur hanger (type H)
· Complete bike weighs 26.9 lbs