Headset and bottom bracket for a Stumpy

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trav3
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Headset and bottom bracket for a Stumpy

Postby trav3 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 14:57 pm

Hi all
I am looking to change my headset and bottom bracket on my 2009 Stumpjumper Expert carbon HT
The spec sheet is vague:
HEADSET1-1/8" to 1.5" Threadless, Campy style, cartridge bearing ( it's a cane creek )
BOTTOM BRACKET Custom Shimano M762 XT

I have phoned my local Specialized concept store - not much help there , didn't have a clue .
Any help much appreciated .

Ta

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Re: Headset and bottom bracket for a Stumpy

Postby nicklouse » Thu Oct 10, 2013 15:00 pm

trav3 wrote:Hi all
I am looking to change my headset and bottom bracket on my 2009 Stumpjumper Expert carbon HT
The spec sheet is vague:
HEADSET1-1/8" to 1.5" Threadless, Campy style, cartridge bearing ( it's a cane creek )
BOTTOM BRACKET Custom Shimano M762 XT

I have phoned my local Specialized concept store - not much help there , didn't have a clue .
Any help much appreciated .

Ta

so what help do you need?

take bearings to bearing shop and give them money for new bearings.
buy the correct shimano BB cups. guessing Press fit.
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Re: Headset and bottom bracket for a Stumpy

Postby trav3 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 18:40 pm

What's "Campy style" please .

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Re: Headset and bottom bracket for a Stumpy

Postby cooldad » Thu Oct 10, 2013 19:19 pm

Just means Campagnola style, who I think were the first to make integrated headsets. Basically meaningless.
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Re: Headset and bottom bracket for a Stumpy

Postby nicklouse » Thu Oct 10, 2013 20:03 pm

have a read http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-hel ... -standards

but as above it means nothing
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