Cannondale 1.5 Inch Headset

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Cannondale SI headset is s 1.5 inch diameter that fits current 2011 and up bikes.

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Rigid Steel Fork with 1.5 inch steerer?

Has anyone ever heard of a rigid steel 29er fork with a wider steerer tube that would only fit in a 44mm head tube? I'm really interested in this, because I've noticed the alloy tapered head tube on a suspension fork that widens to 1.5 on the bottom really makes a huge difference to me in steering ... Read More »

1.5 inch head tube

Could you guys name some bikes made with a 1.5" head tube please? I bought a couple sets of forks that didn't have the tube diamater stated. Turned out to be 1.5 inch. Sold one set on ebay for $50 more than I paid, but the other set won't sell. So I will just get a frame and use them in a AM or ... Read More »

O Ring broken in headset for a 1.5 inch RockShock - Cannondale??

Hi I have a Cannondale which runs a 1.5. Original fork died, got LBS to replace it with a RockShox. I was taking it apart to spray paint the silver fork headset to black. I noticed that the O ring on there, I am wondering if it is broken or designed this way. See picture at the bottom. See ... Read More »

1.5 inch headset reducer shims vs. "full" reducer headset

Hey Ladies and Gents! I have a 1 1/8 inch Chris King headset and a 1 1/8 inch steer tube Boxxer Fork that I really want to use for my new frame with a 1.5 inch headtube. I was looking at the Problem Solvers or FSA shims to fit the headset to the frame. I was wondering if there should be ca ... Read More »

Fork Adapter for 1.5 inch stem

Dear Homers: Is there an adapter that one could use to make a 1.25 inch steerer tube fit a 1.50 stem? I really like some of the shorter downhill stems (all 1.50 inches), but my forks are 1.25 or 1.50 to 1.25 tapered. Thank you. ForestHorseRead More »

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