Cannondale XLR Carbon Lefty 29er Forks

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MSRP : $1400.00


Product Description

  • Multi Layer carbon outer leg.
  • Alloy crowns.
  • Handlebar mounted Xloc Hydraulic Platform "lockout" with rebound adjustment.
  • OPI(One Piece Integration) inner leg/axle.

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Cant get full travel on 2013 XLR Carbon Lefty 90

Hello, Noob to the lefty suspension. I've done a search here and read through the longer threads about removing the volume reducer etc. I've done that and have tried to compress the suspension with no air in order to reset the bearings. I still cant get full travel even without air and using my b ... Read More »

Cant get full travel on 2013 Cannondale Lefty Carbon XLR 90mm

Hello, Posting this here because the C-dale section isnt very active. Noob to the lefty suspension. I've done a search here and read through the longer threads about removing the volume reducer etc. I've done that and have tried to compress the suspension with no air in order to reset the bear ... Read More »

Need Help with Lefty 29er Carbon XLR

Hi Everyone. Just have a few quick questions following my first bearing reset and re-application of grease. 1. I've noticed that if I have the rebound knob turned all the way clockwise (+ direction), the fork will make a slight clunk sound as it returns. Turning the knob 3 positions counter clock ... Read More »

Lefty max carbon xlr-- does anyone have actual weights?

Cannondale says its 1315g but I have trouble believing this as my experience with other forks makes claimed weights seem like a joke. Another question I have about lefty forks is degradation of performance between services. Currently I am running a 2010 Fox 150 32mm talas FIT RLC and whenever I ser ... Read More »

Lefty Carbon XLR 100mm Vs 90mm

Hi all, I'm just trying to clarify the difference between the 90mm XLR on the Flash 29er compared to the 100mm XLR on the Scalpel apart from the obious 10mm travel difference! Is the extended A2C length the same but 10mm less travel on the 90mm or is the A2C 10mm less on the 90mm version? I ... Read More »

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