Superstar Components Headset Headset

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Product Description

Headsets are very simple, but the key is in the detail:

  • All our headsets have sealed cartridge bearings, which are compatible with Cane Creek size bearings.
  • All are forged aluminium construction, which is post CNC machined.
  • All include A2 Stainless steel top cap bolts, alloy top cap and a SFN.

    Model Range:

  • Uno - Cheap tough and simple
  • GTO - Ultralight all aluminium construction
  • Integrato - Integrated headset
  • Grande - 1.5" big hitting headset
  • Grande Bambino - 1.5" to 1.1/8" reducer headset
  • UFO - Top of the range ceramic bearing equipped model

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