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    What size is the rear shock on my Scalpel?

    I have a chance to upgrade my rear shock to the rp23 on my 2008 scalpel but I am not sure what size it is.

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    6.5" / 165mm eye-to-eye
    1.5" / 38mm stroke
    19.05mm bushing width ± 0.15
    6mm mounting bolt diameter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    6.5" / 165mm eye-to-eye
    1.5" / 38mm stroke
    19.05mm bushing width ± 0.15
    6mm mounting bolt diameter

    Thank you !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    6.5" / 165mm eye-to-eye
    1.5" / 38mm stroke
    19.05mm bushing width ± 0.15
    6mm mounting bolt diameter
    Dan, is the shock the same size regardless of frame size and shock manufacturer? Also are the sizes the same for 2010.

    I am getting a large 2010 scalpel 2 and would like to know the rear shock size since I am looking to swap out the monarch for a fox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkestar
    Dan, is the shock the same size regardless of frame size and shock manufacturer? Also are the sizes the same for 2010.

    I am getting a large 2010 scalpel 2 and would like to know the rear shock size since I am looking to swap out the monarch for a fox.
    it´s all in the manual
    but only in the 2008 manual
    http://www.cannondale.com/deu/deu/Ca...plement_de.pdf

    i think there is no difference
    old travel 100mm
    now 80mm
    and same stroke length and stroke(38mm)

    "Show your bike some love and it will show the love back."
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    the most important vehicle is a 29er bicycle

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