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    Where RU getting C'dale parts/accessories?

    Just curious. I've been using CannondaleExperts dot com and have had very good results in terms of quick/affordable shipping and even little piddly items (like a lefty hub cap and lefty caliper bolts) being in stock. Any other good sources for things Cannondale?

    Thanks.

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    Local Cannondale stores don't charge shipping, you can get the parts instantly if they're in stock... plus it's cool to talk bikes with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous View Post
    Local Cannondale stores don't charge shipping, you can get the parts instantly if they're in stock... plus it's cool to talk bikes with them.
    Totally agree. Love hangin in the LCS.

    Unfortunately, my local c'dale shops (including REI) don't seem to keep many spares on hand and it takes them 5 biz days to get them in stock. In fact, that's why I resorted to an on-line parts supplier. I get parts delivered to my home in 2-3 days, usually via USPS priority (cheap) and w/ free shipping on orders over $75.

    For example, I called all over my area (DC area) and nobody had a lefty hub cap in stock and nobody could get one quicker than 5 biz days.

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    my local Cannondale store does not stock spare parts, so I have to order it on-line from CannondaleExpetrs or e-bay.

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    That web site does not have any frame parts for my C-dale so I still have to go to my local C-dale dealer.

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    For Euro riders;

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    Hello,
    I need some help on a new rear shock or new spring for my cannondale super V500 active 80.. Medium size. It just needs a new spring, but I don't know its size or where to buy one! On the spring itself, has written fox 850x150?? if anyone could help,suggestions, highly appreciated. Many thanks.

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    I switched to cannondale experts. Less hassle and wait times than my LBS. Goof kid told me the other day that in order to get the C'dale labelled bottle cage I'd have to order the bike, 'cause that's how C'dale ships them you know'. He's still waiting for my deposit....because I must be...sofa king we Todd it.

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    UK riders now have qwertycycles they are the new kids on the block and although have a small stock listed they will get anything you ask them for.Free shipping which also makes things sweet.

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