Marzocchi 2003 Z1 FR



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Scott

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Is this a coil and oil fork only? Or does it have some air
part to it too? I am a newbie so I am sorry if I should
know this from the Marz web site. That stuff doesn't make
sense to me.
 
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Chris Phillipo

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<[email protected]>,
[email protected] says...
> Is this a coil and oil fork only? Or does it have some air
> part to it too? I am a newbie so I am sorry if I should
> know this from the Marz web site. That stuff doesn't make
> sense to me.
>
>
>

That is a dual coil fork with oil damping (adjustable) and
an ETA lock out.
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Westie

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Scott wrote:
> Is this a coil and oil fork only? Or does it have some air
> part to it too? I am a newbie so I am sorry if I should
> know this from the Marz web site. That stuff doesn't make
> sense to me.

What sort of bike are you planning to mount it on?
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Scott

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"Westie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> Scott wrote:
> > Is this a coil and oil fork only? Or does it have some
> > air part to it too? I am a newbie so I am sorry if I
> > should know this from the Marz web site. That stuff
> > doesn't make sense to me.
>
> What sort of bike are you planning to mount it on?
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> Westie (Replace 'invalid' with 'yahoo' when replying.)
>

Haro EX frame
 
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Westie

Guest
Scott wrote: <snip>
> Haro EX frame

Sounds alright to me. Travel effects steering geometry so
that's something to think about, and I thought for a
moment that a lightweight bike might not like the heavier
fork on it.
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