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Old 10-04-02, 08:24 AM   #1
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2003 Cannodale Scalpel 2000

Can the new 2003 Cannodale Jekyl's and in particular the Jekyl 2000 be changed from a lefty fork which they are spec with to the fatty ultra shock/forks?

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Old 10-04-02, 08:45 AM   #2
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yes.
why did you title this "Scalpel" and then talk about the Jekyl?
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Ditto, Yes they can be changed out, but why?

Are you still reluctant about the Lefty? Don't be, it's a awesome fork (oops, I mean strut).

The Super Fatty SL is also very nice, but max travel is 80 mm. If you're racing that's all you'd need, but for just trail riding and all around fun, you'll appreciate the Lefty.

You can even buy reducer cups that will accept the new 1.5" steerer tube fork like a Manitou Sherman, or get reducers to 1-1/8" for a standard fork.

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Sorry, meant Jekyl
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