You can get a chris king headset with a taller baseplate that might give you the clearance that you need. the base plate is here: http://chrisking.com/parts/baseplates
The plus 5 is 17.3 is it really that big a difference?Tinier said:I've a 16" on-one inbred ti and my canecreek 110 headset has such a thin lower stack height, the adjuster knobs of my fox will hit the downtube should I get into a crash. I find the canecreek S3+5 to be abit too thick for my needs.
I'll rather try to avoid dirtjump or downhill headsets for the weight, so I'm wondering if you guys have any headset with a thick lower stack height to recommend? Something around 15-16mm would suffice. Thanks.
Yeah, what's so objectional to the CC +5?Rivet said:The plus 5 is 17.3 is it really that big a difference?
Yep, the Crank Brothers directsets are about the lowest stack height you can find in a conventional headset. Those are lower stack height numbers I referenced in my previous post.Tinier said:Erm, Crank Brother headsets have even lower stack heights, wouldn't it?