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Product code: 218

£7.50

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- Basic threadless headset, to fit all 1 1/8" head tubes.
- Tough steel construction.
- Great value, with caged ball bearings and water-resistant plastic seal.
- Includes top cap and star nut.
- Black.
- Weight: Approx 138g (including top cap, star nut and bolt)

Additional Information

Stack height: 23mm

Questions

Ewan

will this eadset fitt the onza ice or the limey 20

Posted by Ewan on 04/08/2011

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/08/2011

Hi Ewan - This should fit those frames fine. Thanks, Mark

mike

Will this headset fit the onza zoot 2012 frame?

Posted by mike on 18/06/2012

Reply from TartyBikes on 19/06/2012

Hello - This would fit the Zoot frame fine. Thanks, Mark

conan

hi would this fit a onza t-bird if not whitch one would??

Posted by conan on 02/06/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/06/2014

Hi Conan - thanks for your question. Yes, this will fit your bike just fine. Thanks, Flipp.

Bernardo

Would this fit the onza pro?

Posted by Bernardo on 12/10/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/10/2014

Hi Bernardo - yes, this would fit your frame just fine. Thanks, Flipp.

mak

Would this fit monty 221pr

Posted by mak on 30/10/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 30/10/2015

Hello - This headset should fit your Monty fine. Thanks, Mark

Lochy

Hi there would this fit a fourplay

Posted by Lochy on 26/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 27/04/2017

Hi Lochy - If you have a 2012 or earlier Fourplay this should fit fine, although any later and you would need a different type. If you'd like to send us a photo of your bike we can check it out for you to make sure. Thanks, Mark

Jake Burlingham

Would this headset fit a MAD Phase 1.2?

Posted by Jake Burlingham on 09/01/2012

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/01/2012

Hi Jake - This should fit your Phase fine. Thanks, Mark

Jordan Jack

will this headset fit on a echo lite 09 frame ??

Posted by Jordan Jack on 14/10/2011

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/10/2011

Hi Jordan - This should fit fine in that frame. Thanks, Mark

Dom Capper

Hi, Will this fit on a 2008 Onza T-Comp? It currently has an internal headset, would it just be a straight swap?

Posted by Dom Capper on 14/02/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/02/2013

Hi Dom - This headset won't fit unfortunately. You can't really mix and match headset types (within a type of headset, e.g. Internal, Standard, Integrated you can mix and match brands, but just not the actual type itself) unfortunately, so you'd need to stick with the Internal Headsets from our website. Thanks, Mark

Roy Trajceski

Hi. Does this item Fit On the Onza Rip ( the version that is Red And White)

Posted by Roy Trajceski on 14/01/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/01/2014

Hi Roy - thanks for your question. Yes, that will fit your frame just fine. Thanks, Flipp.

Harry Adair

I've put this in my inspired four play build and it keeps shaking loose after drops etc... What could be the source of the problem? Ive checked that there's a gap between the top of the stem and the steerer and that's not fixed it.. Thanks Harry

Posted by Harry Adair on 20/04/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/04/2016

Hi Harry - Without seeing the bike it's a little tricky to work out. Is there any chance you'd be able to send us some photos of the setup? Ideally, a good photo of the bottom cup/crown race area, and one of the top cup/upper race area if possible. Sending them to TartyBikes@Gmail.com would be the best bet, and we'll do our best to help! Thanks, Mark

Reviews

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80%

Based on 7 customer ratings

Daniel

Decent for the money

Posted by Daniel on 19/04/2011

I needed a new headset for my Onza comp 2010 frame and was a little low on cash so opted for this. My initial impressions were that it was very light! I installed it very easily, and the bearings seems very very smooth, even for an un sealed bearing system.

James

Good

Posted by James on 06/06/2011

Needed a cheap headset to get me by on my Fourplay build until I could save for a Hope or Echo. Don't think I will bother. This one seems fine! James

Maciej

smooth

Posted by Maciej on 13/09/2011

When my headset kept coming loose and my forks were shaking I bought this one and I am very happy with it, it is pretty easy to install on your own. When fitted to the frame it looks amazing :) It runs so smooth aswell. I would recommend to anyone as this is a cheap and very very good headset:)

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/09/2011

Hello - Although they're pretty cheap these headsets do seem to perform well. As long as you make sure they're greased and aren't ridden loose, they should last a good length of time. Thanks for the review!

Adam

Awesome budget headset

Posted by Adam on 06/10/2011

Nice budget headset that does the job, at a really good price. Easy to install and maintain and the quality (upon first impressions, at least...) seems to be pretty good. Would recommend to anyone.

Reply from TartyBikes on 07/10/2011

Hi Adam - This was one of our most popular headsets we sold for quite a while for the reasons you mentioned - as long as you keep on top of any maintenance it requires it should last you a long time. Thanks for the review!

Mike

Headset

Posted by Mike on 14/06/2012

Great headset for the money, really smooth and would recommend to anyone.

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/06/2012

Hi Mike - I'm glad you're pleased with the headset! Thanks for the review.

Perry

Headrock :/

Posted by Perry on 11/01/2013

Hey guys This may sound stupid but i just keep getting headrock, i tighten it up loads and the pinchbolts in the stem but whenever the front wheel lands it gets headrock. Any tricks or tips as to getting rid of it ? Cheers

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/01/2013

Hi Perry - One thing to check would be to make sure that your top cap isn't bottoming out on your steerer tube. This can lead to the top cap bolt feeling like it's been fully tightened up whereas the headset could still actually be loose. It may also be worth double checking your front wheel bearings as well as your front brake - if the wheel bearings are a little loose or you have a front disc brake, this can sometimes give you a slight rocking feeling when you land moves to front wheel. These headsets are very reliable and simple to work on though, so it may be worth stripping it down to check everything is fine, then re-assembling it with plenty of grease and seeing if the problem goes away.

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