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Headset Reducers - Alloy - Black

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CNC alloy shim / cups that press into larger size headtubes to allow smaller size forks and headsets to be retro-fitted to frames.

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Overall Product Rating 3 / 5
They Work
By Jörg Prinzlin
03 May 2017
3 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsExpensive
ProsThey fit well
Not much to say, really.
The fit well and do the job of reducing the inner diameter of the head tube.
I think they are expensive (£18) for what they are, though ( alloy rings) but there's not that much choice.
Questions & Answers (3)
Can I go from 1 1/4" to 1" using the two size options together?
By
08 Dec 2020
I have a 1 1/4" steerer tube and would like to reduce all the way to 1" so was thinking of buying two sets of these in the two size options so I would go: 1 1/4" to 1 1/8", then install the other set to go from the adapted 1 1/8" to 1".

I have a bike that is difficult to get a standard threaded headset for because the steerer tube outer size is 33.8mm, and the fork tube is 25.4mm.
We would not recommend doubling up, but on paper it would work.

Thanks
I have a frame with 1-1/4” bottom head tube diameter
By
23 Apr 2019
Can I fit this shin to 1-1/8” fork steer to fit with the existing bearing race.
Thanks
Hi, I'm not sure I understand your question. These reducers fit to the frame not the fork. Thanks
New Fork!
By
20 Apr 2016
Hi
I have a specialised secteur frame and a new fork which has a 1" steerer. Will this made the fork fit the 1 1/8 headset on the frame?
Hi,

These shims are indeed what you need. They are designed to fit into the frame first then allow you to fit a 1" headset and a 1" fork.

Thanks.