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    Headsets.. Not sure what to pick?

    Hello everyone, I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I am wondering what headset I can get for a Ragley Marley 2017 Frame and an X-Fusion Velvet. The Marley is tapered and according to the website: Headset: 44/56mm Tapered - ZS44/28.6 | ZS56/40 As for the Velvet, it has a straight steerer. I got the frame because I remembered that a straight steerer could by converted using a converter. I tried looking on CRC and other websites but got so confused and so.. here I am.

    Any suggestions on what to get would be appreciated

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    Cane Creek or FSA is a good start! Iíve never had issues with either brand.


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    Okay, I think the Cane Creek 40 will do the trick, can anyone help to confirm it? I don't want to accidentally buy the wrong one

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    Id suggest calling Can Creek and asking..theyre great CS

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    I would look into a Chris King headset.

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