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The 40-Series is the workhorse line of Cane Creek’s headsets. The 40-Series borrows design features from their premium 110-Series, incorporating all the features necessary for a durable, light-weight, long-lasting headset that represents the perfect balance of performance, durability and value. Cane Creek’s 40-series EC (External Cups) assemblies feature press-in cups with bearings outside the frame. The 40 EC30 headset fits bikes/frames with 1" threadless headtubes and forks, and Will NOT work with Integrated or ZeroStack frames or forks.
|Technical Description||EC30/25.4/H16/K | EC30/26/H12/K|
|Top Type||EC - External Cup|
|Top Stack Height||16mm|
|Top Bearing Type||Black Oxide, Sealed|
|Bottom Type||EC - External Cup|
|Crown Race Type||Steel, Face-Sealed|
|Bottom Stack Height||12mm|
|Bottom Bearing Type||Black Oxide, Sealed|
|Manufacture Part Number||BAA0067K|
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Comments about Cane Creek 40-Series Ec Headset 1":
Purchased this along with Ritchey Carbon Comp 1-inch fork. Installation in the frame was a cinch with a headset press and crown race went on smooth, but the Comp fork has a thickened section where the alu steerer meets the fork. When I went to put the fork into the frame, the thickened steerer section jammed inside the CC headset. I tried it in a 1-inch Chris King headset at the shop - no problem. Just needed about .3 mm more clearance inside the CC headset. I have had this same problem with my LHT fork and a Cane Creek Solos headset. Solution for the Ritchey fork: careful filing and sanding down the thick junction on the steerer. Solution for my LHT (steel steerer): installed a Ritchey headset (the Solos went on my Reba/Inbred).