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    Lefty Xloc full sprint?


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    I want to know if I can put that damper in my Reba 29er. I have a 20m TA with crossmaxs and I don't want to give that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty_mtb View Post
    Amen! When is this going to happen if at all?

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    It indeed does work with Lefty, it is stock on the Scalpel Carbon 1 from 2013 and 2014

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    Not very impressed boys....I would wait.
    Shock is a complete lockout, to stiff to ride on any kind of trail when locked, but great on road. Problem is it uses a hydraulic valve. Mine locks out anytime i ride over anything rough, or take a big drop. Only happens when its cold. SRAM is sending me a new lever, but I think its the same issue as the hydraulic brakes.......so annoying

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