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The rubber ring would most likely be a protective seal of some kind, although for which part I am not so sure. I changed my headset earlier last year and don't remember such a part, although my memory isn't great. Can you not determine the possible location based on the rubber ring's size? Most forks are tapered and are larger at the bottom, so the size ...


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The installation instructions from FSA can be found here. I am guessing the part you are questioning is 5b of a conventional headset or the o-ring that gets installed on top of everything else. I'm sure it has some other use, but I've always thought of it as just sort of a sticktiony piece to keep the whole mess together while you grab desperately for your ...


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The best place to find what headset you need is the Crane Creek headset finder. Unfortunately in your particular case I thought the Mahuna has a straight 1 1/8 head tube and if so (correct me if I'm wrong) and therefore won't be able to take the tapered fork (easily, people have tried different things). Tapered steerers fit in tapered and 1.5 straight (with ...



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