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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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 »

Lefty PBR 29er - Elastomer?

Hello. Others, Captain Pabst mostly, have spoken of reducing the travel on their 130mm Lefty PBR forks using the standard DLR spacers and an elastomer. Can someone please speak to the specifics of this "elastomer" as that really is a vague word meaning "a polymer with elastic properties." Someo ... Read More »

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