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Hi,

I just bought a 2000 Cannondale Jekyll 700SX used, and I've been very happy with it so far. The rear shock is a Fox Float, and is currently working great. However, I have come to understand that on later editions of the Jekyll the rear shock was mounted slightly differently, and I am concerned that it will be difficult to replace the rear shock on this bike if it goes out. Can you buy a new rear shock to use with a 2000 Cannondale Jekyll? Does anyone have any thoughts? Thanks for your help.

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A less expensive alternative is to send your shock to Push Industries and let them bebuild it withe their "pro pedal" kit .
$150 U.S. + shipping .
I did this with my Jekyll shock and the difference was like night and day .:thumbsup:
 
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