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e13 zero-stack question

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Dogboy, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. Dogboy

    Dogboy Turbo Monkey

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    I'm sure this has been covered, but a search didn't yield anything. Do you press the cup in first and then the bearing? Thanks!
     

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  2. kidwoo

    kidwoo Celebrating No-Pants Day

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    You can do it that way.

    I've done it both ways. GENTLY pushing the bearings in with a vice first.........
     
  3. ska todd

    ska todd Turbo Monkey

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    someone should make this topic a freakin sticky...

    -ska todd
     
  4. kidwoo

    kidwoo Celebrating No-Pants Day

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    Nah.....with the cool big bearing IS headsets FSA is making, those things are obsolete........the way of the dinosaur.........history man........bwahhahahahahhaa

    Actually, I just thought of something.......With as difficult as it is to get the e-13 cups out of some frames, knocking those bigass fsa bearings is going to be a chore without screwing them up and pressing on the seal or the inside race.

    Any of yous guyses using them?
     
  5. ska todd

    ska todd Turbo Monkey

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    Nah, weez love FSA but love dw morerer. :p

    -ska todd