How do you know if ur headset is integrated or standard?

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7/6/2013 8:23 PM

Hi everyone,

I have a frame that doesn't have bearing holders, so then I thought that that would be an integrated headset. After I saved up, I bought an integrated headset at Danscomp but the bearings cannot fit inside the frame. I don't know how to fix this problem? please help me fix my headset. Do I need a cup to hold my bearings? or does it mean that I need to buy a standard headset? btw my frame inside diameter is 1-1/4 . Sorry about grammar errors!

Thanks

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7/6/2013 8:25 PM

You need a standard headset. An integrated headset sits in the frame standard doesn't.

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7/6/2013 8:29 PM

yeah, but do you think that those cups comes when I buy the headset?

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7/6/2013 8:32 PM

thanks for replying! and also do you think that this will do the job (http://www.danscomp.com/products-PARTS/301042/ACS_Crossfire_Standard_Headset.html)

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7/6/2013 8:39 PM

paulabner201 wrote:

thanks for replying! and also do you think that this will do the job (http://www.danscomp.com/products-PARTS/301042/ACS_Crossfire_Standard_Headset.html)

No problem. What frame do you have, most standard headsets should work but I'm not that familiar with them.

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7/6/2013 8:48 PM

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I don't really know what it is called, but anyway here is a picture at of the frame and headset
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7/6/2013 8:54 PM

Yup it's a standard headset.

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7/6/2013 8:58 PM

Once again thank you soo much :D

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7/6/2013 10:20 PM

Not gonna lie that's a badass bike lol

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