Ritchey's Comp Logic Zero Press-Fit Headset is compatible with bike frames that accept internal headset cups in tapered head tubes. It's a sleek, low-profile headset made with Ritchey's proven angular-contact bearings, special Ritchey grease and steel cups.
$11.70 - $19.99
- PolyCarbonate headset spacers with the FSA logo - Variety of colors, sold in bags of 10
These baseplates are the foundation that keeps Chris King headsets turning with legendary smoothness. Manufactured from high-quality stainless steel or titanium, Chris King makes replacement baseplates for all standard sizes and a number of ingenious solutions for those that need something a little special to make their headset work. - Engineered and manufactured in Portland, Oregon USA - High-quality stainless steel and titanium baseplates available for all standard Chris King headset sizes - Titanium baseplates are available in 1-inch and 1 1/8-inch sizes only - Devolution baseplates are a stainless steel solution that allow King headsets to adapt to a wide variety of steerer tube sizes - King Stainless Steel baseplates are available in undersized and oversized versions for irregular steerer tube sizes
Shim spacers can be placed between bearing and compression cover in IS headsets to fine tune the fitment.
$79.99 - $119.99
Super-smooth steering, quality materials, cutting-edge design and serious durability are all hallmarks of Cane Creek headsets. The 40 Series has light, tough, and beautiful machined 6061 T6-aluminum cups that are internally relieved for even more gram shaving. You also get Cane Creek's corrosion-resistant black-oxide sealed bearings and quality seals throughout to keep the grease in and the dirt out, including Cane Creek's Clip Seal that completely seals the top assembly.
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