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Canyon Endurace Steerer Cap

crispy77crispy77 Posts: 8
edited October 2018 in Workshop
Hi All,

Last night I inadvertently wrecked my steerer cap by trying to tighten the preload without loosening the stem bolts first (fool). Now I'm unsure as to what I can get to fix this. The cap definitely needs replacing and I don't think its the expanding type although it is a carbon fork. Ideally it would be good to get the part from wiggle or whoever as that will be quicker than OEM from Canyon. Any suggestions much appreciated.



  • Vino'sGhostVino'sGhost Posts: 4,129
    If speed is important, nip down the lbs and buy a bung and cap. Sorted

    If its a star fangled nut, then you might need to push it further down the steerer to get it out of the way. If you haven’t got the tool, gentle taps with a mallet and a punch or even old screw drive should do. Alternately an old steerer bolt screwed in and tapped gently will work.
  • grenwgrenw Posts: 803
    Which Endurace is it? Even my wife's last alu one had a full carbon fork so would have had a bung rather than star fangled jobbie.
  • Its an AL6. There is no star thing. Just an allen bolt with the plastic bung/cap as one piece (or was one piece :-))
  • grenwgrenw Posts: 803
    Am assuming its a 1 1/8 steerer so this would do : ... loy-top-c/
  • arlowoodarlowood Posts: 2,551
    GrenW wrote:
    Am assuming its a 1 1/8 steerer so this would do : ... loy-top-c/

    Yep - that or similar should be fine. The Endurace AL bikes have a standard 1 1/8 steerer. It's the CF models that have the less common 1 1/4 steerer
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