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Anyone care to render an opinon on the 2004 Cannondale Jekyll 3000?

I found this beauty in pristine condition ... some of the OE equipment has been swapped out, however still XTR, XT, WTB and Thompson on board.

I have not seen many of these on the trails ... or on ebay for that matter. Rare? Or...?

This one has been through the shop, just had the suspension bushings replaced and front fork service by the dealer. What's it worth?

Thanks!

Pictures: https://s653.photobucket.com/albums/uu259/sbadalamente/Cannondale Jekyll 3000/
 

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The Raven had a rep. for breakage, not the Jekyll.
It is a fairly proprietary shock, though I see them on EBay often enough.

What travel is that particular Lefty?
 

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RiskEverything said:
The Raven had a rep. for breakage, not the Jekyll.
It is a fairly proprietary shock, though I see them on EBay often enough.

What travel is that particular Lefty?
130mm
 

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You should post this question in the Cannondale forum. There are alot of people there that can give an accurrate estimate of value, and loads of other info you may need or want.

Cheers!
 

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Some models of the Jekylls WERE prone to breakage at the brace where the seat tube meets the down tube. It was solved in the later 2002+ models though through extra bracing. I had an 03 and I loved it. The proprietary shock sorta sucked and was prone to bobbing but was really plush and rode great on the downs. I had mined PUSH'd which added a little bit of platform at the expense of plushness. To be honest my Jekyll was sort of my segway into freeriding and riding more aggressively. It was a super fun bike, although certainly not light weight or super efficient.
 
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