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Marzocchi Fork Parts

Discussion in 'GT Suspension' started by GT-Rx®, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    As a Marzocchi dealer, we are now stocking most seals and bushings for the newer models; Stelvio 50mm inverted and the B11/N/12S 45mm conventional (not the Griso which uses Showa forks), usually at less then half the cost of dealer pricing.
    The new (soon coming) store will show what I keep in stock, but I can get most internal fork parts and often Marzocchi spring upgrade options on occasion.
    Marzocchi tends to rid of most stock every ~2 years, so they do not have/cannot get new old stock.

    Contact me direct (PM or e-mail preferred) if I can be of any help.
     
  2. mohawkeye

    mohawkeye Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Todd installed my new 1.05kg fork springs yesterday, and they make a helluva difference over the originals. I'd bought the Penske 8983 rear shock from Todd about a year ago, and it's night & day better than the original Sachs, but the ride had still been a bit unbalanced and the front-end dive under braking was still too much. On the way home I took a fairly steep and definitely tight-twisty road down the mountain. Now the Stelvio feels even more planted and there's much less dive under braking. Preload is set to zero now; even though the bike feels great now, I'll be playing with r- and c-damping next week just to see if it can get even better. Where's the thumbs-up icon??? Guess this one ;) will have to do!
     

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