Cannondale Fatty DLR 2012 Forks

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Product Description

  • OPI air-formed one-piece legs
  • Sealed cartridge DLR damper w/top mount lockout
  • 80mm travel, 1275 GR

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Fatty DLR Headshok stock stem size question

Just wondering if anyone knows the size of the stock stem on the 08 fatty headshok dlr. I have a 2008 f3 caffeine with a stock stem and I want to upgrade to a thomson one. Im not exactly sure where I measure to get the correct sizing of that stem for the headshok. Thanks in advance.Read More »

Want to change Super Fatty Ultra DLR to rigid please

I have been having issues with the Fatty on my 09' Bad Boy Ultra. I really dont utilize enough as I have it locked out all the time. I'm thinking about changing it to a rigid suspension-corrected fork. (Niner, Surly, Salsa) Any tips, tricks, advice, suggestions, info, etc is appreciated. Thanks ... Read More »

Super Fatty DLR - lockout problem

Hello, I have recently bought used C-dale Taurine with Fatty DLR fork, after first try I have discovered problem with the damper which didn't really work as it should (free stroke, no lockout). Luckilly I have most of the tools needed to perform service on headshock-s, so I tear my fork apart a ... Read More »

Cannondale Headshok (Super Fatty DLR) Rebuild Videos now on Youtube

Well I decided to take the plunge and rebuild a Cannondale Headshok. Easier than I expected and thought I'd share the vids with all of you if you were interested. Not a pro by any means but I did pull it off! 4 parts total. Also have a few other bike related videos out there as well (organized on th ... Read More »

Need help with my Super Fatty Ultra DLR...New Question!

I'm hoping someone can assist with my Super Fatty Ultra DLR? Mendoncyclesmith, are you out there? The shock is currently on my 2009 Caffeine F4 (a warranty replacement for the Super Fatty Ultra DL that came with the bike). As you can see from the pictures below the shock compresses when I simpl ... Read More »

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