Lefty Speed Bonded DLR2 on jekyll 700?
I got a question from a guy on eBay (http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...m=200224958330) but I ignore the answer so I turn to you, subject matter experts.
this guy would like to install a lefty speed bonded DLR2 on Jekyll 700. Is this feasable?
He also runs Cross Max rim.
Thanks for your help
It is possible. Depending on the model year of the Jekyll though, it might change the geometry a bit. Some early Jekylls had Headshoks which have about the same height as a Lefty Speed but later models had longer Lefty Max that were taller. Regardless of the year, a Speed Bonded DLR2 will work and given that the Jekyll has adjustable geometry, it will probably be possible to make the lower front end managable if it was build around a later, taller fork.
As for the Crossmax, as long as his front wheel is Lefty specific, it will work on the DLR2.