Blackspire Angular Headset

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Weight : 135 grams

Product Description

The crown race is machined stainless steel. The bearing combination of stainless steel top radial and bottom angular contact will give the rider years of maintenance free riding.

Available in silver and black.
Sizes : 1" 1 1/8" 1 1/4"
Stack Height : 33.2

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