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    Raven 2000 FR

    Just curious, and a tad lazy.

    Anyone recall if the Raven FR's had more rear travel than regular Ravens? Or did Cannondale just bolt on a Moto FR and call it a Freeride bike?

    Got one inthe shop with a dead Moto, trying to figure out if a Headshock will be a suitable choice, given that regular Ravens rocked them happily....
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    Pretty sure the rear travel is the same, I vote Lefty, maybe an older DLR. Going from 100mm up front (Moto) to 80mm (Fatty) would probably be noticeable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcmark View Post
    Pretty sure the rear travel is the same, I vote Lefty, maybe an older DLR. Going from 100mm up front (Moto) to 80mm (Fatty) would probably be noticeable.
    Thanks, yeah, this is a back up bike, so it won't see a lot of use. As such, it has a wheel that will work for a Headshock, but a Lefty will mean new wheel too.

    A to C onthe 100 mm Lefty and 80mm Headshock is the same, so it should leave the geometry alone....
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