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    More Tech. Info on Cannondale

    Is there somewhere that has more technical info on cannondale bikes/gear? Thier website seems to be hit or miss. Mostly looking for info on the different lefty options.
    TIA

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    New question here.

    Quote Originally Posted by MoreCF&TiPlease
    Is there somewhere that has more technical info on cannondale bikes/gear? Thier website seems to be hit or miss. Mostly looking for info on the different lefty options.
    TIA
    What exactly are you looking for?

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    I am a nut(geek, homer etc.) for glossy info. Like what does the Ti spring get me, less weight, buit what else? What other springs are in the lefty. What are the different shock heads, SS, Cf etc. What adjustments? They have some older info on some of thier forks but not a lot. Other things I don't even know about at all.

    I was looking at the Jeckyl/Prophet. This will be the first "real" bike I have purchased. I plan to do uphill/downhill, modest jumping etc. I currently have a Sp. Rockhopper with a front shock that was given to me.
    TIA for any info.

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    Go to your Dealership...

    the new catalogs are out with all kinds of info in them on all that nuts n bolts stuff.
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    I agree I did that yesterday and was gonna post it today, Thankyou!
    Now how much is that Ti Lefty spring as an upgrade?

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    Upgrade...

    Quote Originally Posted by MoreCF&TiPlease
    I agree I did that yesterday and was gonna post it today, Thankyou!
    Now how much is that Ti Lefty spring as an upgrade?
    A ti spring (firm) for my MAX was $115.00USD installed should be fairly close.
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    I have a spare firm spring.

    It is the firm (red) Lefty MAX Ti spring that came on my Gemini originally. I needed the X-Firm (brown) spring, so the firm one is here somewhere. It is the 130mm travel version.

    pm me if you are interested.
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    Thank's Jekyllman, I am looking into the Prophet 2000 as I like the XT componets and that is the only thing I like better on the 4000. That and some CB Triple Ti's and I'll be set 4now atleast.

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