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Unior Headset Bearing Cup Press


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    2 Reviews


    Get your head straight.

    Building your own bicycle, or doing your own maintenance on your machine, can be immensely satisfying. The right tools for the job are critical, however, and the lack thereof can lead to some hazardous improvisation, particularly when it's almost midnight and you've had an adult beverage or two. Install your headset cups improperly, for example, and the results can be terrible, including a permanently damaged frame, or face. The Unior Headset Bearing Cup Press is designed to safely and properly install headset bearings or bearing cups into head tubes from 1, 1.125, 1.25, or 1.5 inches in diameter. It's made of hardened, tool-grade steel from which Unior makes many of its best tools, so it will last as long as you keep riding and wrenching.

    • Item #UNR000E

    Tech Specs

    hardened tool steel
    1, 1.125, 1.25, and 1.5in headset diameters
    Recommended Use
    safely and properly installing headset bearings
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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This headset press is amazing for the price. The quality and durable is out of this world. If you need to press bottom brackets or headsets this is the tool you will want to buy. Works like a charm.

    Quality bearing press.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This was my first try with Unior tools and I was happy with the quality. This is great for headsets and also bottom brackets with all of the various press in options that are out there. Having the proper tool feels so much better than using a rubber mallet and a block of wood or a homemade threaded rod press.