If an adaptor like this is used, would that affect the handling or anything else? Also would I be able to use a normal campag headset?
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I am looking at replacing my existing fork (1-1/2" to 1-1/8") with an Enve 1.0 fork.
Assuming the 1" Enve fork is a straight piped fork you'll need two different adapters; one to take the 1/2" slack and one for the 1/8" slack.
I'm not sure those even exist.
Any particular reason for this surgery? (Just curious)
i'd go with a crown race, probably by cane creek, that fits a 1-1/8" steerer onto their 1.5" headset bearings. it appears this is what you need: 30mm crown race I.D. with a 52mm O.D.
fdegrove wrote:Any particular reason for this surgery? (Just curious)
Weight loss and hope for better handling!
@thisisatest thanks for that. If I use that crown race do I need a headset like that http://chrisking.com/headsets/hds_onepointfive or my existing 1.5"-1.125" will do? It's 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" Hidden 45x45. Sorry I am very uneducated when it comes down to headset sizes/forks etc..
I have the same issue. The head tube of my Giant TCX 2 has a 1 1/8 inch upper diameter and a 1 1/4 lower diameter. I want to use an Easton EC90X fork which has a straight 1 1/8 inch steerer diameter.
Surely there's some kind of adapter for the lower assembly - a lower bearing cup and crown race that swallows the fork's 1 1/8 steerer yet sits in a 1 1/4 head tube?
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