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    Lock out lever orientation

    I just got my Lefty back from Cannondale due to a lock out that wouldn't lock out. The lever orientation is off compared to what it was and I liked the old position better. Just wondering how I change it?

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    I think it is just the one screw on top. Then you will see how it mates to the bolt head underneath and the different ways it can be screwed on. Pick one you like I suppose
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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony
    I think it is just the one screw on top. Then you will see how it mates to the bolt head underneath and the different ways it can be screwed on. Pick one you like I suppose
    CDT
    Wah! Sorry Tony, but no. You just need an external bearing bottom bracket tool. Lossen the top cap with it, one full rotation. Move the lever to the desired location, and resnug the cap.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MendonCycleSmith
    Wah! Sorry Tony, but no. You just need an external bearing bottom bracket tool. Lossen the top cap with it, one full rotation. Move the lever to the desired location, and resnug the cap.
    I always think fatty Ultra with the lockout, since my Lefty Max has no lockout .
    Wah


    His is even easier!

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