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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 7:37 pm 
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pete_mcc wrote:
Worked a treat on my last 3 king headsets (all on different bikes, not that I had to replace a single king 3 times...). Just got to get it all lined up and then close the QR a little at a time, tighten, close, tighten etc


I've got a cheapo way of doing it that works, but must admit I never thought of this - sounds like a much better way of keeping it all square on. Do you do it QR/washer/wood/cup/frame/wood/washer/QR?


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Anglian Deputy AEC
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I've found that I can never find that old stem / seatpost / pedals etc when I need to find them. I must live near a parts black hole, bits disappear never to be seen again. And, if I buy a replacement they magically re-appear in a completely random place.


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