Set of 5´s SRP OOP HU - Advice on a better line on the river

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Set of 5´s SRP OOP HU - Advice on a better line on the river

Blinds: $0.05/$0.10 (7 Players) BN: $10.32
SB: $11.79
BB: $14.81
UTG: $17.38
UTG+1: $8.35
MP: $10.00 (Hero)
CO: $25.42
Preflop ($0.15) Hero is MP with 5 5
2 folds, Hero raises to $0.24, CO calls $0.24, 3 folds
Flop ($0.63) K 5 Q
Hero checks, CO bets $0.30, Hero raises to $0.90, CO calls $0.60
Turn ($2.43) K 5 Q 2
Hero bets $1.90, CO calls $1.90
River ($6.23) K 5 Q 2 9
Hero bets $6.96 and is all in, CO calls $6.96

Reads on villain: Reg, 18/10, 3bets only 1.9% over 3.5k hands, AF is 1.5, and he is a winner on the limit at 5 bb/100 according to statname.

My river line is spewy and it´s smth I´m trying to remove from my game. It´s a case where I put a lot of emphasis on the KQs he can still have that will call me down, think villain could even reluctantly call some KXs, doesn´t properly weigh this relative to the range that crushes me, gets afraid of being shoved if I bet smaller, than make a greedy, bet and forget shove just to end up thinking what (realistically) worse hands would really call me there to make this a value bet?

Anyway, I don´t want to focus too much on the mistake, but on the correct line: My opinion is that the range that calls flop and turn on this line is KK, QQ, any AXcc, AdQd, any JTs, any KQs, KJs or KTs. Villain doesn´t have a re-raising range IP on the flop or a raising range on the turn as I don´t think it makes any sense. 55 is a clear x/f. But if we do have QQ? Equilab says we do have 50.88% equity. Do we still x/f as villains probsbly don´t really bet KQ here? Or is it a x/c and my assumption is too tight?

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