I know a couple of people in this forum have built up a Crockett. I've recently picked up one myself and have had an issue with it.
The problem that I'm having is installing the headset. Maybe I picked up an incorrect headset, but I just grabbed a standard integrated tapered headset from BBB, http://bbbcycling.com/bike-parts/headset-parts/BHP-46 this one specifically.
They cups both seem to be too tight in the frame? I've never installed an integrated headset that didn't just fit in easily. I attempted to press the cups in but didn't want to damage anything so I stopped.
If anyone who has built one of these can recommend an exact headset model + any install procedures they used it would be so so awesome.
I'd love to be able to post up a picture ASAP so you guys can see the final build! Campy Chorus 9spd with record levers +avid shorty ultimates!
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According to the Cane Creek headset fit finder, you need an integrated headset with a 41mm upper diameter and a 52mm lower diameter. The BBB site doesn't list that information for the headset you linked to, but the replacement bearings are listed as 41.8/51.8, which might explain what you're seeing.
I don't have a Crockett, but if the Cane Creek information is correct then you need this upper:
Thanks for all the help guys. I ended up emailing Trek a couple of times and getting the info for the bottom bearing. It does use a proprietary bottom bearing, the same as the current gen of Madones. The top is a standard IS 41 bearing so I have one of those on order aswell! Very excited to get this bike built up when the top bearing shows up in a couple of days.