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    New question here. 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

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    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.

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