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Hi, I am interested in replacing the rear shock on my 2000 Cannondale Jekyll 700SX. Currently, the shock is a Fox Float R. I know that the later Jekylls had a different amount of travel. Any one have any good suggesions as to how to best upgrade the rear suspension on this bike? I'd appreciate any help. Thanks a lot!


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Probably your best and least expensive option is to send your shock to Push Industries and let them install their factory tuning system kit in it .
It basically makes it a Pro Pedal shock .
That's what I did for with the Fox RC shock from my 2001 Jekyll and it made world of
difference :thumbsup:

ave a lockout shock that needs service? Looking to upgrade to the latest technology without buying a new shock?

PUSH Factory Tuning Systems include a complete overhaul of the shock, but then adds the installation of our performance components based on your rider weight and style, as well as year, make, and model of your frame.

With this package we remove the restrictive lockout piston with our high flow Vx compression piston for improved bump performance and control. We also remove the lockout mechanism permanently, add the Propedal feature, and custom tuned it to your application

Package Includes:
# Complete Disassembly/Reassembly
# Oil/Nitrogen Fill
# O-Ring Kit
# Push Vault Seal Housing
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# PUSH Exclusive Vx Piston (click for image)
# Push Multi-Phase Compression and Rebound Valving
# ProPedal Feature
# Push Zero-Bleed Piston Bolt
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