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The '''headset''' is the component on a [[moped]] which provides a rotatable interface between the [[fork]] and the moped [[frame]] itself. The short tube through which the steerer of the fork runs is called the '''headtube'''. A typical headset consists of two cups which are pressed into the top and bottom of the headtube. Inside the two cups are bearings which provide a low friction contact between the bearing cup and the steerer.
 
The '''headset''' is the component on a [[moped]] which provides a rotatable interface between the [[fork]] and the moped [[frame]] itself. The short tube through which the steerer of the fork runs is called the '''headtube'''. A typical headset consists of two cups which are pressed into the top and bottom of the headtube. Inside the two cups are bearings which provide a low friction contact between the bearing cup and the steerer.
  
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Revision as of 13:03, 26 March 2007

The headset is the component on a moped which provides a rotatable interface between the fork and the moped frame itself. The short tube through which the steerer of the fork runs is called the headtube. A typical headset consists of two cups which are pressed into the top and bottom of the headtube. Inside the two cups are bearings which provide a low friction contact between the bearing cup and the steerer.