Cannondale Lefty Speed Carbon 2012 Forks

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Product Description

  • Available as XLR or PBR version
  • Filament wound carbon outer leg, alloy clamps
  • OPI 3D-forged inner leg/spindle
  • 100mm travel, 1250 gr

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stripping 2007 lefty speed carbon sl?????

Hi, I need to strip my lefty (2007 speed carbon sl), I have ordered the castle tool and new needle bearings. What other tools do i need for the job? Is there any guides on how to seperate the lower leg and upper leg? is it a case of just removing the careridge? I am mechanically minded and am ... Read More »

Lefty Speed Carbon vs F29 Terralogic

Will be riding on a Giant XTC 29er frame next year, on some beautiful Enve wheels. But, I need to figure out what fork to use. On my previous 29er, a GF Paragon, I had an F29 RL (QR) set at 80mm, and even under my 145 ass, it wasn't the most confidence inspiring (using multiple wheelsets of vary ... Read More »

Trade a 2012 Carbon Ultra XLR for my 2011 Speed XLR Lefty and undisclosed amt. of $?

My fork has three rides on it, less than ten hours. It would be perfect for a Flash but I'm looking for a little more trave.l I'll trade, PM me.Read More »

Paid Spam: Cannondale F1 w/ Lefty Speed Carbon

I am selling my Cannondale Caffeine F1 with Lefty Speed Carbon. Frame size is large. Price includes two sets of wheels, tires, and cassettes. Thanks for looking. [URL=""] ... Read More »

If I put a Lefty Speed on my 2011 Carbon Flash 29'er

I am seriously considering it. I was able to pick up a 2010 Scalpel frame for my wife but need a fork for it. I think I might be happier with a reduced travel Lefty Speed fork on my 2011 29'er to keep the front end as low as possible. 80mm is enough for me and I need to come up with a fork for my wi ... Read More »

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