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i have an old cane creek S2 headset, bearings say, 1 1/8 36 x45 on them. what cane creek headset woulld replace the s2, and what bearings would also replace the old ones? obviously i've fallen behind with my old bikes. thanks for your help!! MICHAEL WILSON asked on February 17, 2024

Hello, thanks for reaching out, please email us at Support@canecreek.com and we can help you with your headset questions. Thanks.

Andy Bennett answered on February 19, 2024 store manager
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what size bearing fits an ec44/30? derek taylor asked on February 10, 2024

Hello, our EC44 lower headset cup uses a 52mm bearing with either a 40mm or 30mm crown race for tapered or straight steer tubes.

Andy Bennett answered on February 12, 2024 store manager
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what size crown race do i need for a ec 44/30, i want to be able to swap between two forks without pulling races, both forks are 1-1/8" straight steerer w/ 30mm race derek taylor asked on February 10, 2024

Hello, our EC44/30 uses a 52/30mm crown race. Which we offer in our 110 series as well as 40 series.

Andy Bennett answered on February 12, 2024 store manager
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What is the gold headset filler ring? Where does it go in the stack? What is the purpose? Thanks. Gilles Lacroix asked on January 6, 2024

The gold ring serves to fill the small groove that is machined into our headset cover that accepts the lip on our Interlok headset spacers. The Interlok spacers link together for an extra tight, and precise fit and the groove allows them to nest into the headset cover. The gold ring is there if you would like to fill this groove and use any other third-party spacers. It's not always necessary to use it, but it can help make for a more secure fit.

Will Hart answered on January 9, 2024 store manager
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The top bearing of the Series 40 IS42 is too thin to fit properly on my 2017 Specialized Enduro integrated headset. Do I just need to stack a bunch of shims to take up the extra depth? Gage R Myers asked on December 20, 2023

yes - Those bikes use a specific bearing from FSA that is taller than ours. You can indeed use IS hedaset shims to take up the difference (about 3mm worth between the comp ring and the bearing cover).

Will Hart answered on January 3, 2024 store manager
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