Chris King was among the first component manufacturers to create a threadless headset. They are seen on bicycles across the world and with good reason. In 1976 Chris King created his original design for the headset which served as the framework in order to transform the concept of threadless into one of the most prevalent pieces in the realm of cycling. Comfortably at home on mountain bikes, cyclocross bikes, road bikes and most anything else on two wheels, Chris King Headsets have been ridden to titles in nearly discipline of cycling. The Chris King NoThreadSet includes an aluminum cups, bearing cap and a stemcap built around the industry leading stainless steel sealed bearings. Each NoThreadSet includes a stainless steel baseplate and a custom star nut with bolt. The NoThreadSets are available in multiple different color options. The SV next to the color denotes the Sotto Voce style. Sotto Voce headsets feature a more subtle logo writing for a classic cleaner look.
Fiercely independent, incorruptible by passing trends or fads and driven by careful consideration of their actions, that is ChrisKing. They are propelled by premium material selection, quality craftsmanship and uncompromising fit and finish. A company that understands the beauty in elegant and creative solutions without compromise.
Total Stack height 1-1/8''' - 31.4 mm
Weight: 1-1/8'''' - 98 grams
Precision made in Portland, Oregon
Available in 10 colors to match most any bicycle
Created using sustainable manufacturing
Covered by a 10 year manufacturer warranty
Headset Steerer Fit
Lower Stack Height
S.H.I.S. Stem Clamp
Upper Stack Height
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asked by: a guest Which Chris king headset would work on the surly krampus?
anwered by: mlewis Krampus uses ZS44/28.6 upper EC44/30 lower, you'll need an inSet 7 with a Devo baseplate for the straight steertube. Search product ID's 333222384715 and 333222383145 to find the parts you need.
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Well this is made in the USA and the bearings are great , its one area of the bike that needs the best possible part , and Chris King is the best one for the job. I have never had trouble with the Chris King head set works just perfect ..