Cannondale Lefty 29er PBR 29er Forks

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Product Description

  • OPI 3D-forged outer leg/clamps
  • OPI 3D-forged inner leg/spindle
  • 90 or 100mm travel, 1408 GR

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203mm disc on a 2012 29er PBR Lefty?

Has anyone done this? I have 180mm on there at the moment and it looks very tight to the rubber boot if I tried a 203mm on there.Read More »

Need Help Removing LEFTY PBR 100 29 off an 2013 Scalpel 29er 3

It has a non OPI steerer and stem so traditonal still but the clamps are part of the fork so the rotating out of the way method I use to use wont work. I can get the steerer loose of the top clamp and bearing but am having trouble getting it out from the bottom bearing so the Fork is half stuck on t ... Read More »

Increase travel in Lefty PBR 29er

I have a 2012 Flash 29er Alloy 2, which has the Lefty 29'er PBR, 90mm, OPI, Solo Air (according to the C'dale website). I'm going to do a bearing reset, and I just found out that there are spacers in there that reduce travel to accomodate taller wheels/tires of 29er. Was thinking of removing 1 of ... Read More »

2011 PBR 29er internals in a 2010 DLR 29er Lefty?

Can I put the 2011 29er PBR internals in a 2010 Carbon Lefty 29er? What will the travel be, 80mm or 90mm? What limits the top of the travel...the damper? (As long as the bearings are reset) Will a 2011 OPi lower work with a 2010 carbon upper? Thanks all.Read More »

Lefty PBR 29er conversion

step 1. assemble the parts- Lefty, spacer from Mendoncyclesmith, elastomer, project 321 steertube. step 2. Lower pressure to 0 psi. step 3. remove adjustment knob and top cap assembly using a external bearing bottom bracket tool. step 4. remove split ring and then compress fork, I used ... Read More »

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