I know it's a long shot, but I need a front triangle from a 1999 model year (only) Cannondale Super V full suspension MTN bike, size small (16.5" from BB center to top of seat tube).
A Super V '99 can be identified by a two letter date code starting with "K" , located on the left and side of the bottom bracket, above the 6 digit fabrication code.
Super V's still show up on Chicago CL occasionally, so there are still a few around, the problem is figuring out in who's basement the one I need is sitting.
Yeah, well, if someone offers you a purple one with a carbon-fiber swing arm, let me know. Mine was stolen from my garage some time ago and I miss that bike. It was one sweet setup. And, I am still pissed it is missing.
Sorry to hear it got ripped. I'm not surprised you liked your SV, even with the shocks and forks of the period the SVs were arguably the best production single pivot MTN frame ever built, and upgraded to modern suspension components they are *amazing* trail bikes for the cost - people are still performing these upgrades more than a decade after the last Super V was produced.
If your are looking for SV replacement, I've got an extra, unmodified medium w/ the standard 1996-98 swing arm I'll part with very reasonably if it's going to someone who is actually going to ride it stock or upgrade it rather than part it out on eBay.
This one is a SV 700i Comp w/ a 7x3 SLX drive train (ratchet front, indexed rear). The elastomers in the Judy fork are "just acceptable" and the original coil-over rear shock is wheezing, but it's still a functional city / packed trial bike.
The "i" model came stock with a 1-1/8" headset adapter, which means that it's easy to upgrade the fork (a major weak point on point on these bikes as both the Judys and the them current Headshocs were pretty anemic by modern standards.).
The 1-1/8" headset is also one of the requirements if you want to build up a Super V Uber or Uber Lite (I have a full Uber):
and I also have a spare 6.5 Fox Air Vanilla Float,... modify the front shock mount and update the rear shock and put on a modern fork and the result would be a "Uber Lite", an *excellent* trail bike for Midwest Riding.
Thanks for the offer and apologies for hijacking the thread. I am good for now but will keep that in mind.
No problem... I'm *still* pissed about a Bob Jackson that got ripped in 1971!