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Aheadset Traditional Threaded Headset

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Product Description

The threaded Aheadset features a unique and functional adjusting cone design that uses either a standard external bottom bracket wrench or a hook spanner tool for adjustments. It can also be adjusted by hand. The adjusting cone design also lowers the overall stack height. The lock-nut is designed with large 32mm wrench flats ensuring that a common 10" adjustable wrench can be used. The cups and cones work together with an innovative LubeAlarm o-ring to seal-out contaminants

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Don't usually review products but I'm more than happy with this. The main selling point is that it has a lower overall stack height so with 1" steerers you can get the stem closer to the frame. Build quality is good.

Don't usually review products but I'm more than happy with this. The main selling point is that it has a lower overall stack height so with 1" steerers you can get the stem closer to the frame. Build quality is good.

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Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5

Headsets Guide

What are headsets?

Your bike’s headset is the pivot point between the fork and frame – it’s essentially a set of bearings that allows the fork to turn freely when you move the handlebars.

Who needs a headset?

Although you can sometimes just replace the bearings in your headset when they wear out, sometimes it can be cheaper and more economical to just replace the whole headset.

What are the choices?

Older-style bike have a traditional quill headset, which grips an L-shaped stem that slots or threads straight into the steerer tube. Most modern bikes have an aheadset, though, which the stem sits on top of and clamps the steerer tube. Headsets can be external, integrated or internal, depending on how the bearings fit around or inside the frame’s head tube. You will need to get the right sort to fit your frame.

What should I buy with them?

Headsets usually need a bit of quality bike grease when you fit them, so don’t forget to buy it. They also need expensive headset pressing tools, so it might be best to get your local bike mechanic to fit your new headset.

Anything else?

Under no circumstances should you try to fit a new headset without the right tools. You could cause damage that writes off your valuable bike frame.

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We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

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