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Cane CreekeeTOPNUT Preload Assembly
$60.00

Item # CNE000W

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Description

If you don't want a secure headset, you're nuts.

Secure your headset with this beautifully functional new preload assembly. The Cane Creek eeTOPNUT Preload Assembly works as a compression nut in place of your traditional star nut. Use your Allen wrench to tighten it down, pressing the two cones against each other and outwards to lock your headset into your steertube with greater tension stiffness than a standard star nut. Coming in at a miniscule 9.6 grams the eeTOPNUT saves 30 grams over the typical top and preload system.

  • Lightweight preload assembly for securing your headset
  • Provides more tension stiffness than standard star nut
  • Easy to install without star nut tools
  • Weighs in at 30g lighter than most top and preload systems
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Material
7075 T-6 aluminum
Recommended Use
cycling, mountain biking
Weight

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Grams

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Black, One Size
310g
10.93oz

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9.6g

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Nice Way To Save Weight.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Awesome little way to shave some weight. Preload assembly works well in my carbon steerer and allows for easy preload adjustment. I see no reason why you wouldn't want to run this.

Will this replace an FSA compression plug?