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Need a 1" threaded headset
 

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 16746
Location: Portland, OR

2/18/13 1:59 PM

Need a 1" threaded headset

Anyone have a 1" thread headset to trade for a treadless one?

Or dare I monkey a way to use this one, any advise on that one appreciated...

Is locking two nuts without a key washer OK to do with some loctite ?

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Dave B
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
Posts: 4511
Location: Pittsburgh, PA

2/18/13 6:46 PM

I Do

I have an Ultegra HP-6500 1" threaded ISO headset in low-mileage used condition that's yours for the asking. I don't think it has more than 2000 miles on it and the bearing cartridges seem like new. The stack height is 37.6 mm so, if that meets your needs, it's yours.

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 16746
Location: Portland, OR

2/18/13 7:57 PM

Well, first thanks. If I sit the bottom of the Head Tube on the race seat of the fork, I have 38.1 mm to the top of the threaded steerer from the top of the Head Tube. I wonder if the stack of 37.6 is to the top of the top nut when installed?? Seem like it would, and I may even have to put in a small spacer...

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Brian Nystrom
Joined: 26 Jan 2004
Posts: 4171
Location: Nashua, NH

2/19/13 6:09 AM

You don't need a "key" washer...

...and most forks won't have a groove for one, anyway. If you have a non-keyed washer, I would use it, but even without one, I don't see any need for Loctite.

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