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Old 05-04-05, 06:16 PM
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intergrated headset?

wuts the differance b-tween intergrated and reg.
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Old 05-04-05, 06:38 PM
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the bearing cups are inside the headtube on integrated headtubes.
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Integrated has no bearing cups pressed into the headtube, it only has bearings.
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Those cups that you normally have to press into the head tube are machined out of the headtube. It gives you a lower stack height and eliminates morons beating their cups with hammers and wood.
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what they said.
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Originally Posted by clint4130
Those cups that you normally have to press into the head tube are machined out of the headtube. It gives you a lower stack height and eliminates morons beating their cups with hammers and wood.
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Old 05-05-05, 07:58 AM
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ya which one is stronger....isnt the integrated supposed to be.......
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Originally Posted by clint4130
Those cups that you normally have to press into the head tube are machined out of the headtube. It gives you a lower stack height and eliminates morons beating their cups with hammers and wood.

So i am a moron just because i use a mallet and a 2x4 to press my cups in?
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Originally Posted by queensrider86
So i am a moron just because i use a mallet and a 2x4 to press my cups in?
No, it may be for other reasons as well.
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