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    Headset question

    I have two bikes that I'm trying to work with headsets. Now first is a 2011 Fisher/Trek Wahoo with a 1-1/8" threadless, semi-integrated, semi-cartridge bearings cane creek that came with the bike. Next I have a 2007 Specialized Rockhopper Comp frame that I'm building up with a 1 1/8 head tube. The headtube on the Rockhopper looks alot smaller than my Wahoo. I want to put the headset on my wahoo onto the Rockhopper and throw on a Chris king Aheadset Threadless. Am I missing something would this be possible? Does my wahoo have a different style headset compared to others? I thought all 1 1/8 headsets are the same? Thaks for the help

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    negative ghost-rider - different styles
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    The "bigger" one is a zerostack aka "inset".

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    No can do

    The Fisher is a zero-stack (aka semi-integrated), the King model would be the Inset. The Specialized uses a traditional 1 1/8" headset, you can pick up a Cane Creek S2 from Cambria Bike for $20 for the Rockhopper.

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