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    96 cannondale SR500

    Picked this up at the flea market yesterday. Mint frame and slightly crusty components but they should clean up nicely. Plan to do a basic rebuild with new tires, chain and cables. Otherwise shouldn't require much work. Thinking I might need a shorter stem, not sure how hard that will be to find for the Headshok. Anybody have/had one of these? How did you like it?
    Thanks, Mike

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    Shifting is fun! non-fixie's Avatar
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    You can turn the stem around and have it pointing up for a little more comfort / less reach.

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    Nice bike! I have the same frameset and love the Headshok for a road bike. For a new stem, go to ebay and search "Headshok stem." I just got 40+ hits. Make certain you know the correct bar diameter before you buy.
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    Nice grab! You just never know where an SR will turn up. My friend's neighbor had an old SR600 crit series that was almost given to him.

    Enjoy!
    Having a flat tire as part of the total cycling experience is highly overrated. Knowing how to fix one quickly is not.

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