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    remove lefty shock

    Can anyone tell me how to remove a lefty shock from 2000 Jekyll? It looks simple, but I don't want to mess anything up. I just want to get the shock off the frame so I can ship it. I don't need to remove the headset cups or anything. Less I have to disassemble the better. Thanks

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    Idea! Lefty removal

    Quote Originally Posted by jagayers
    Can anyone tell me how to remove a lefty shock from 2000 Jekyll? It looks simple, but I don't want to mess anything up. I just want to get the shock off the frame so I can ship it. I don't need to remove the headset cups or anything. Less I have to disassemble the better. Thanks
    Well, navigate to "http://www.eighty-aid.com" click on "International" then on "Forklist" proceed with "Lefty" and there choose your Lefty type, now you will find on the right border a link "Fork removal" - just follow these instructions...
    Alternatively the procedure is also described in the Lefty manual published on the Cannondale homepage.

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