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    It does come to a complete stop. It's just that as/when I tighten it towards the end, it creaks a bit then eventually stops. It doesn't creak at all with the first 3/4 of the tightening...only at the VERY end. Threads look good, and I haven't seen any metal shavings.

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    OK, you did not say that in your original message. If the bolt is feeling resistance as you tighten it, then maybe it wasn't quite situated on the spindle completely to start with and it is being pulled on by the tightening of the bolt. If the bolt is coming loose by the end of your right, you may not be tightening it enough. Check the torque with a wrench if you have one, or just try a bit harder to tighten it up next time. Hopefully, it should stay tight for you.

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    2004 Lefty Max TPC 130mm repairs

    Hello all. I have a Lefty Max TPC 130mm off a 2004 Jekyll 1000 and want to replace the rebound shaft seal. Am I correct in thinking that I dont have to pull the inner and outer legs apart from each other, therefore avoiding having to wrestle the bearings back in? Also, on my last ride I went to adjust the rebound adjuster and it no longer has its stop positions at each end of the adjustment range. The adjuster knob is turning the rebound shaft as I can alter the rebound speed, but the knob can turn infinitely in either direction and does not stop at the maximum and minimum adjustment points. It definitely worked properly a couple of days before. Does anyone know what may be causing this?

    Thankyou for your help

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    Does anyone know the weight of the 2010 80mm headshok? There seem to be no specific fatty sticky so I had to ask here, sorry!

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    2007 Lefty Max Titanium, TPC + , SPV 130mm

    Hey guys just a question on my 2007 Lefty Ti, TPC max SPV. I am looking for a Firm titanium spring.

    I went to my dealer and he got me a 140mm exfirm steel spring with 5 wt oil vs 2.5 wt which is called for in my manual because thats what Cannondale sent him, they said they dont have any parts for the Lefty. I measured the spring, its 245mm vice 241mm which is called for in my manual for the extra firm steel spring, designated for the 130mm travel fork.

    My problem is can I use the 140mm lefty max spring in my 130 mm travel lefty by shortening the preload spacer to keep the overall total spring length and preload max measurement....


    my dealer says that the fork was made by manitou and they went out of business so Cannondale cannot get the parts any more...otherwise he would have sent me the firm ti spring.

    what can I do ? Im just getting too much static sag with the stock medium ti spring the bike came with.

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    Lefty 110SL Removal

    I have a 2009 Rush Carbon. Recently the Lefty 110 SL started to wobble side to side at the end of a ride. I'm planning to remove the shock and send it to Mendon for a rebuild, but I'm unsure how to safely remove it from the frame.

    I've found several references and great instructions, but all of them show the process of removing the steerer tube after removing the stem. Mine has an integrated stem so I son't see how that would work. Not sure if I need a specialized tool for this setup or if it is something simple I'm not seeing.

    I don't want to damage the carbon in any way so any tips or techniques would be greatly appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertDoc View Post
    I have a 2009 Rush Carbon. Recently the Lefty 110 SL started to wobble side to side at the end of a ride. I'm planning to remove the shock and send it to Mendon for a rebuild, but I'm unsure how to safely remove it from the frame.

    I've found several references and great instructions, but all of them show the process of removing the steerer tube after removing the stem. Mine has an integrated stem so I son't see how that would work. Not sure if I need a specialized tool for this setup or if it is something simple I'm not seeing.

    I don't want to damage the carbon in any way so any tips or techniques would be greatly appreciated!
    I'm guessing you'll probably need the KT020 tool to safely remove the steerer
    eighty-aid has some really good do it yourself guides here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by atonyc68 View Post
    I'm guessing you'll probably need the KT020 tool to safely remove the steerer
    Coincidentally, there's some KT020s on the bay right now: Cannondale Lefty Install Steerer Tool - KT020 | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaknudsen View Post
    Coincidentally, there's some KT020s on the bay right now: Cannondale Lefty Install Steerer Tool - KT020 | eBay
    Thanks for the notes, but this system is different than mine. This method requires removing the stem, then tpping out the steerer. My rig has the OPI (One Piece Integration) Stem/Steerer which doesn't allow stem removal. I'm guessing it has to be tapped out from the bottom, but there is no lip on the steerer to really work with.

    I'm wondering if the same tool is used, but the OPI is tapped out from the bottom rather than from the top. Has anyone done this with the OPI Stem/Steerer?
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    The Eight-aid link shows two menu options for removal and installation of the OPI.

    Did you look at them, or just the top link?

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    Brilliant!

    Found the expanded menu with the OPI window - Indeed the K2020 is used to tap out the steerer from the bottom. I'm ordering one now!

    Thanks for the input everyone. I'm bummed to be off the bike during prime season. This should get things moving!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertDoc View Post
    Brilliant!

    Found the expanded menu with the OPI window - Indeed the K2020 is used to tap out the steerer from the bottom. I'm ordering one now!

    Thanks for the input everyone. I'm bummed to be off the bike during prime season. This should get things moving!
    If you have an OPI stem do you still need that tool??
    it seems from the eighty -aid guide, that all you do to remove the stem is to just unscrew it
    The older stems only require the KT020 tool?

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    Im looking for a stock preload spacer for my lefty max Ti TPC 130mm if anyone has one or knows where I can get one.

    Thanks!

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    Thanks for all of the help everyone. I managed to get the unit removed and it is at the shop. Looks like bearing migration - A few parts and a few days and we're back in business. Thanks to this thread I now know how to perform my own bearing resets so this should not be an issue again. Thanks again!
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    Cartridge oil seal

    What is the consequence of the cartridge seal not being installed? Item 6 in the attached image.

    Installing the cartridge without this seal it still holds air...

    This size o-ring is hard to find without buying the whole seal kit. I change my bearing grease regulary and having seveal of these seals on hand would be nice.

    Anyone know of a source for 18.77mm x 1.78mm o-rings?

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    Charkear, the only purpose of that o-ring is to hold the washer (item #38) in place during installation. They fall apart very easily so I don't use it on mine.

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    Thanks, it looked superfluous. It is nice to have something hold this metal ring on. When I installed the cartridge the ring got out of place and was making a grinding sound on the upper for tube.. No damage done though.

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    Lockout doesnt lock

    Hi guys,
    need advice whats wrong with my lefty. Got 2010 carbon dlr sl and when in lockout mode there is a little play till it hits the lock when I push quikly but when I push slowly it goes down like there is no lockout. What can cause it? thanks

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    You probably need a service. Your O-rings cant hold hold the pressure properly, so if you do it yourself, I would quess a new O-ring kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbitized View Post
    You probably need a service. Your O-rings cant hold hold the pressure properly, so if you do it yourself, I would quess a new O-ring kit.
    Yes, it worked for my speed dlr 110,had the same problem.

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    Lefty Speed Carbon XLR and little play

    Hi all,
    I've a Lefty Speed Carbon XLR 2011.
    Recently I've noticed of a little play when the fork is not locked out: if I push applying very little force, the fork doesn't begin to "work" (compress air) immediatly but there is a little "gap", like if the damper is not pushing immediatly on air chamber.
    If I push with more force, the fork begins to work normally, and it works well. The air pressure is ok and is mantained correctly.
    When the lockout is triggered, the fork seems to mantain this play, but is very little (for now), like 1mm or less.
    One month ago removing air and re-inflating the fork immediatly eliminates this problem. Now this "workaround" won't work anymore.

    Is this behaviour normal ? What could be the cause ? What could I try to check ?

    Thanks

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    Thaks for help, hope that is all thats wrong.
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    Yes, it worked for my speed dlr 110,had the same problem.

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    White "blk" on bottom of lefty max 140mm

    Question. I have a Lefty MAX 140 and have recently realized that the letters BLK are written on the bottom of the Lefty (on wheel hub). I am assuming this means black spring?

    Also there is no valve on the bottom of my MAX 140....does that mean it's a TPC? The spring chart is different with the SPV vs. TPC.

    Trying to dial it in for a 190 lbs 6'1" WW......right now the front end drops quick on my when braking.

    Any tips?

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    if there is no blue knob on the bottom then you have a FFD not a TPC, the spring chart for the FFD and TPC are the same, think the black spring is good for your weight.

    when was the fork last rebuilt, maybe your quad seal is starting to leak, look under the boot and see if the grease is starting to breakdown.

    you can dial up the preload of your spring too.

    I have a TPC and it gets "softer" when it needs servicing.

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    Lots of questions, but nobodies answering them. Ok here's one. I love my lefty but don't love the flexy swingarm of my prophet. Looking at building a stout 4bar all mountain bike that fits a lefty. Maybe a banshe rune. In order to fit do I need:

    1.5 head tube
    Lefty headset (not any 1.5 headset)
    A specific head tube length of 121mm?

    Anyone Confirm this? Thx

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    Left Max 130 FFD how do you get to damper cartridge

    Left Max 130 FFD cartridge Leaking oil how do you get to damper cartridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuul75 View Post
    Lots of questions, but nobodies answering them. Ok here's one. I love my lefty but don't love the flexy swingarm of my prophet. Looking at building a stout 4bar all mountain bike that fits a lefty. Maybe a banshe rune. In order to fit do I need:

    1.5 head tube
    Lefty headset (not any 1.5 headset)
    A specific head tube length of 121mm?

    Anyone Confirm this? Thx
    A 1.5 Head tube WOULD be helpful, no adapter necessary. But if you go with a frame with a 1 & 1/8 heat tube there all kinds of adapters. Cannondale has an official adapter: Cannondale Lefty Steerer Tube Conversion Kit to 1 1/8" Part Number KH075
    here's a link to one on cannondaleexperts

    here's a video talking about (among other things) the adapter and the different crown heights the newer lefty's come in. I know you want to use the lefty you have so look for a frame that it will fit.

    If your looking to get rid of your Prophet, PM me. I'd LOVE to get my hands on one of these. Right now I have a 2006 rush 4 but my hart is relay set on a Prophet.

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    2011 XLR 100mm

    Got a problem with the rebound adjust. Since it was new the rebound knob was very hard to turn. With as much force as I could muster with bare hands I could adjust the knob and got it set where the rebound was good.

    I reset the needle bearings for the first time and once I loosened the top cap a little I could move the knob with ease. I reset the bearings with no problem but when I reassembled the remote lockout and rebound adjuster the adjuster knob just keeps turning with out stopping. I have look at it every way I can but it looks like the shaft of the lockout/remote fits properly. Once I tighten the top cap the rebound knob is now impossible to move by hand.

    Lefty performs fine. So what is broken?

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    Hi!

    I have a Lefty Max fork TPC 140 of 2005, and I want to do the oil change following the instruction manual, but I can't loosen the lower screw (22mm key) because I think that there is an elastic pin (see the photo).

    I wonder if this is normal and how can I do to remove the pin. The fork was repared for Eighty-aid service.

    Thanks a lot, and sorry for my english!!
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    Lefty Max 140 SPV Bearing question (Too Tight)

    I recently had my Lefty max rebuilt by a known lefty service center. It was in rough shape prior as I bought it used. The center replaced the bearings, and rebuilt the rebound circuit as it was badly damaged. The SPV functions, as does the rebound now. My problem is that the fork is really tight. It feels like the bearings are really tight between the races and there is too much friction to allow them to roll smoothly. Its not gritty just really tight. There is plenty of grease on the races. I was told since the bearings are new it would be tight until i put a few miles on it and everything settled in place. Ive got probably 10 miles on the fork now and its still just as tight. It is sprung correctly so that is not the issue. Feels bearing related. Any ideas??

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    lefty boot on cannondale factory recing team ?

    What kind of boot(if at all) used cannondale factory recing team on their lefty ?
    And why they not use standard boots?

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    Hi, i've got a lefty elo with the lockout brake, i'm thinking in change the electronic lockout for a manual lockout, anyone know if i can do it?, and if i can what can i need, can i do it with the lockout of the lefty dlr?.
    Sorry about my english, i live in spain and i can write well in english.
    Lo pongo en español por si alguien lo entiende mejor, perdon, pero no hablo bien ingles, aunque si lo puedo leer.
    Tengo una lefty elo con el bloqueo roto, quiero repararlo, pero creo que sera mejor poner el bloqueo manual, se puede hacer?, tendria que cambiar el cartucho completo por el de una dlr?
    Gracias

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    I've got a DLR Lefty 26er fork with clamp on crowns, which I want to convert to fit a 29er with a 1.125" head tube.
    According to Project 321, I need the Clamp-On Lefty Adapter, complete with new crowns, at $200.
    Is there a good reason why I can't use a standard Project 321 adapter at $90, or the Dr Cannondale adapter at €72, which both work out at about £60.
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    At last, I can say that the pin does'nt block the screw (they had to put it only in some series), but I can tell you is really strong ...

    I have now opened and now I have to do all the maintenance inside ...

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    Carbon SL 110 replacement damper part number?

    I had the same problem as Radditized below. I got the damper serviced and now it works as it should but the shop said I still do need a new damper.

    question is what is the part number for the carbon SL110 fork damper?

    Thanks



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    I have a carbon Lefty SL 110 (2008) which I have bought used, and no idea when the last service was, if any at all. Dont know if it matters to my question, but now you know.

    I did a bearing reset according to your reset guide (very nice, thanks ).
    And now a few weeks later, the lockout has a kind of sag, before it really locks completely. It is about 10-15 mm before it locks.

    I have an alu lefty which is newly serviced, and feels really nice compared to my carbon lefty. And it locks immediatly, without the sag.
    Im afraid I have dont something wrong perhaps, while resetting til bearings.

    I went to my LBS and he said with just testing the fork, that I properly needed a new cartridge. But I would really like to save the 300 dollars it would cost me.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks

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    having the same issue. I know this post is from a long time ago....wondering if you ever figured out the exact cause of the problem. Thanks!

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    I never figured it out


    But I have another problem. My Lefty XLR 29er has a klonk sound when its locked. It probably needs a service also, but could a mere service solve the problem, os is there something else to this klonk sound?


    Cheers

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    I took my fork to be serviced and got it fixed. Left 29er DLR. It needed new oil, thus the squishy feeling even when locked out. I also had the klonk sound when locked out...actual movement in the top assembly of the fork when you pulled up on it...about 5 mm of movement. Bad. I thought the fork was f'd. Turns out, it was just loose and in an easy place to fix. My fork has a red rebound knob on the top, with a small set screw holding it on. Remove the set screw and take off the red cap. Under there is a protruding spindle, with a small 10mm nut on it. Careful, it's an aluminum nut, so easy to strip. Mine was loose so the entire assembly would rock up and down. Tightened that down, and BAM...no more movement. Replace rebound knob and set screw and all is good in Lefty land. Hope that helps.

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    Mine doesnt have that 10 mm screw, I remember it did have it on my older 2008 Carbon SL (110 mm 26")

    But I want to give my 2011 Lefty carbon XLR (90 mm) a service, but a service kit is a bit of a reach. I have used it a lot since june 2011. Can I just change the oil and leave it at that? Or would I need a full service kit, with new o-rings etc. This is first service since new of june 2011.

    Because then I would just change oil tommorrow, and change o-rings at next service. I know it depends on what state the o-rings are in, but does any have any experience with first service leftys from about 8 months use (ca. 5000-7000 km)

    A fast response is VERY much apriciated, thanks

    Cheers

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    i need advice...

    My PBR Lefty travel is awfully short~
    Is it because of the air escaping or something else?

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    Is it short due to it not being able to be fully extended or because it tops out before hitting full compression? From what I gather, the former (not fully extended) could be due to lack of air pressure (check your PSI! Don't ride it if under 50 PSI!). Some pumps are problematic getting a shock pumped up due to having a hard time getting the Schrader valve opened up.

    The second sounds like it could be a needle bearing migration problem that would need a bearing reset.

    Of course, MendonCycleSmith should probably be advising you, not me.

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    help, my Lynskey frame broke and I decided to replace it with their lefty specific frame. I bought a Lefty Speed Carbon XLR 2011 (expensive) I rode it ~ 140 miles and I took it to my shop because of a rear ss hub issue. Anyway my favorite mechanic pushed down the fork and when it came back up there is a louder thump. I left it with them and it is apart. Any idea what this could be? I may have noticed it when I pooped the front wheel up to get the front wheel over the curve. Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Lefty Carbon ELO disassembly: help needed

    Hi everybody!

    I've got a Lefty Carbon ELO with Ti spindle.
    The issue is that the motor buzzes, but no lockout happens.
    Seems like the motor itself is OK, and the problem lies in its relationship with the shaft.

    I'm trying to disassemble it, but it now seems that I need some external help with that.
    What is the disassembly sequence for Lefty Carbon ELO, and what does the special tool that's required to detach the damping cartridge look like?
    The part to be unscrewed suggests that the key should have 4 pins, just as HDTL146, but longer, and I wonder how can it be put in there, for there is not as much space for it as in the modern versions.

    I have read many success stories of ELO disassembly/repair/replacement here, but no clear instructions, unfortunately.
    So I ask you for assistance.

    Thanks!

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    lefty spring

    I have an older lefty max 130 tpc. It has a black spring in it and i require a blue. Does anyone know if the 140 max springs will swap in the 130? Also, if anyone has a blue spring they aren't using i would gladly give you moneys for it.


    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoverp View Post
    Hey guys just a question on my 2007 Lefty Ti, TPC max SPV. I am looking for a Firm titanium spring.

    I went to my dealer and he got me a 140mm exfirm steel spring with 5 wt oil vs 2.5 wt which is called for in my manual because thats what Cannondale sent him, they said they dont have any parts for the Lefty. I measured the spring, its 245mm vice 241mm which is called for in my manual for the extra firm steel spring, designated for the 130mm travel fork.

    My problem is can I use the 140mm lefty max spring in my 130 mm travel lefty by shortening the preload spacer to keep the overall total spring length and preload max measurement....


    my dealer says that the fork was made by manitou and they went out of business so Cannondale cannot get the parts any more...otherwise he would have sent me the firm ti spring.

    what can I do ? Im just getting too much static sag with the stock medium ti spring the bike came with.

    Thanks

    Patrick, Montana


    Hi, I have a max 130 tpc with the black spring. Way to stiff for me. I need the blue. If you are wanting to trade or sell me your blue it would be great.

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    Headshok lefty elo help!!!

    "Hi im new to the lefty-im having problems seeing how to open my lefty for a service and oil.
    removed all battery and motor controls and have a black nutconected to the damper leg.
    first off i think i need a castle tool for the top of the damper as it has 4xholes and a place to hold with a spanner further down, altho it looks to be one part?? any one confirm this??
    Seems cannondale want you to go to service centre and pay millions! lol....

    also will change the rubbers and relube/replace bearing when needed. how much oil what oil and where is the fill point?

    thanks

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    Convert coil Max RLC to 29"

    Is it possible to convert a 2010 Lefty Max Carbon with Fox RLC internals and coil spring to 29-er by limiting the travel? And if so, what travel will I get? I have a fork I am going to sell, and most of the people intererested wonder if it can be 29-erized.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Help i have broke my lefty

    Hi can anyone tell me what i need to fix this,a few weeks ago the lockout packed up so it just spins round then yesterday there was a bang & now the lockout/red nob just comes out the black shaft had shapped & the oil comes out?

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    100mm 29er Lefty XLR - Remove XLR???

    Can I remove the XLR adjuster and convert it to traditional poptop?
    Would it affect performance?
    What parts are needed?

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