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Old 12-10-20, 09:49 AM
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Help ID Parts Please

I been digging around headset boxes trying to find a Raleigh crown race. Found things I need help with.

TIA.

These were labeled so I know what they are. What are they used for?





Some type of cup? Looked bronze but it a magnet is attracted.







Stem bolt for what?









Why does the plain one have one dimple and the Phillips have two dimples?



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BMX hex bolt appears drilled for passage of brake cable/housing.

Having more than one wrench pin socket "dimple" makes it easier to reposition the wrench as needed on threaded headset parts.
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Without brainstorming the numbers, pic #1 looks like bushings for a headset press and the next couple of pics look like adapters for crown race installation tool, al la Park CRS 1
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BMX hex bolt appears drilled for passage of brake cable/housing.
I measured the hole in the stem, it's 3/8''.
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