Cane Creek Slamset Headset Top Assembly

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The Slamset is a premium headset created for riders seeking to lower their handlebars further than the standard stack height without compromising bearing seal and proper preload. With the Hellbender bearing included, the Slamset excels at durability and longevity when it comes to steering performance.


Cups and Covers: 7075 T-6 Aluminium, contoured and relieved to minimize weight and maximize strength

Top Cover: Low-friction upper bearing seal completely seals cup from contaminants and is fully captured by the top cover with no loose parts

Crown Race: Aluminium crown race with integrated low friction seal

Compression Ring: Carbon friendly cap-in compression ring

Top Bearing: Hellbender, sealed stainless-steel bearings

Bottom Bearing: Hellbender, sealed stainless-steel bearings

Manufacturing: Assembled In USA

Stack Heights:

  • External Cup (EC) — 12mm bottom
  • ZeroStack (ZS) — 2mm top, 4mm bottom
  • Integrated (IS) — 4.6mm top, 1mm bottom

Finish: Anodised Aluminium

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