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I'm looking for a new headset and forks for my Dmr, what would you suggest
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What Headset?

Hi guys
I have a Scott Genius 940, I am after a replacement headset.
The size I believe I need is the following.

Tapered 1.5" - 1 1/8" semi integr. OD 50/61mm / ID 44/55mm
What would you guys recommend?

Cheers.
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You'll need a 44mm upper and a 55mm lower cup to suit your frame and fork steerer. For the upper you can use Hope cup Type 2, and for the lower Type G should be fine.
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Online research shows this bike requiring a 44mm Diameter Zero-Stack/Semi-Integrated headset. The options below would be ideal, just be sure to double check the headtube diameter before purchase.
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Road headset

I have an FSA semi integrated headset with caged bearings, head tube internal diameters of 42mm top and 47mm bottom, I am struggling to find a headset to fit.
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A semi-integrated headset will have cups pressed into the frame, these should be replaced. With there being so many different options for headsets, contact our Tech Team with details of your frame/bike and they will help you further

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In regards to the specific bearings; it is hard to tell which you would require as we are not a Specialized dealer.

However this frame uses a 34mm Traditional Headset and there are well priced options, based on performance; listed below.
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Which headset for a Lynskey R350

Low stack, integrated if possible

1.125 to 1.5" taper head tube

Most likely with an ENVE 2.0 fork

Ritchey ideally but could stretch to a Chris King
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The R350 runs an IS42 upper and IS52 lower, so you could go for the Ritchey Comp below with the IS542 upper and IS52/40 for a tapered fork, or use the Cane Creek 40 IS52/30 lower for a straight fork.
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I have a Diamondback Outback 2011 and ordered a headset but found out it was the wrong one, what headset will fit it? from the spec sheets i can find it is a A-head type oversize alloy toe cap, but i have no idea what this means.

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From the information I can find online it appears that your frame runs a semi-integrated 1.1/8" headset.

The easiest way to determine the correct one is to give me the following information:

Internal diameter of the top of the headtube: mm
Internal diameter of the bottom of the headtube: mm

If you could also send me a photo of your bike, focusing on the headset it would be great. All you have to do is drop us an email to tech@chainreactioncycles.com and we can help you further.
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