Originally Posted by Ian Ballard
Kinda hard to believe you find that many Evans duds. I've been using Evans heads since 2001 and I've never had ONE bad head and I've bought heads all over the country in shops and online. The only time I see "dead" heads that don't have obvious manufacturing defects, is when people don't properly seat them and the head is literally floating above the bearing edge.
So you to have seen dead heads, I usually hear them, at least it's a step in the right direction. Maybe you should write me a tutorial on how to change heads, it would take a boat load of insecurities off my mind, lol.