Chris King Inset 4 Headset

Chris King Inset 4 Headset
Chris King Inset 4 Headset
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Inset 4 Headset by Chris King
The Chris King Inset 4 Headset mates straight steerer tubes to oversized headtubes designed for internal headsets. Compatible with 1 1/8-inch straight steerer tubes, and upper and lower internal headtube diameters of 49 millimeters

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SKU: CKG0034
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