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    Shock Tower

    Blackspire Shock Tower. Will this fit my drop off triple? Anybody ever used one?
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    heh, those are for the old style Bombers with the bolt-on arches. So unless you have the 3 piece bolt-on lowers (which you dont), the answer is no.
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    no..................
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    What does the shock tower accomplish. Is this more about 3 inch tires?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MX 887
    What does the shock tower accomplish. Is this more about 3 inch tires?
    its called an arch, not a shock tower, and it's a replacement for those weak stock ones that always bent. I dont know if this one fits 3" tires; some do.
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    Dang, the only reason I looked at this thread was to find out what on earth a "shocktower" was! Where did you come up with that?

    Hey, if they don't fit your D.O., I've got an old 98 Z-1 BAM that could use some love (& seals...& new stanchions)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky Wiz
    Dang, the only reason I looked at this thread was to find out what on earth a "shocktower" was! Where did you come up with that?
    whats funnier is why one would think they needed it without knowing what it was
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    Quote Originally Posted by zedro
    its called an arch, not a shock tower, and it's a replacement for those weak stock ones that always bent. I dont know if this one fits 3" tires; some do.
    Yea I just figured it had to do with tire clearance because he sure does love 3 inch tires.

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    just noticed why he called it a "shock tower", its printed as the model name on the arch lol.
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    bwa haha

    i used to have a bomber Z3 with the bolt on arch it was on my rocky mountain cardiac. back when i was doing 24 hr races and xc races lol .
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    OK now that you're all done bashing me. That model is actually called a shocktower. Search it anywhere. Yes it is a fork accesory but it's called a shock tower. First of all I realized right after I posted that it wouldn't fit my DOT. I saw one on a 2001 Jr.T and was just curious. Thanks for Nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxrider489
    OK now that you're all done bashing me. That model is actually called a shocktower. Search it anywhere. Yes it is a fork accesory but it's called a shock tower. First of all I realized right after I posted that it wouldn't fit my DOT. I saw one on a 2001 Jr.T and was just curious. Thanks for Nothing.
    no one was bashing you. But now we all know you are crazy paranoid. Poor you.
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    Not paranoid but defending my good name from people like you. Poor Me.

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    I hear the sounds of a roflcopter flying high above this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kadvang
    I hear the sounds of a roflcopter flying high above this thread.
    LOLZ. HAHAHAHA i agree.......silly people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    LOLZ. HAHAHAHA i agree.......silly people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxrider489
    OK now that you're all done bashing me. That model is actually called a shocktower. Search it anywhere. Yes it is a fork accesory but it's called a shock tower. First of all I realized right after I posted that it wouldn't fit my DOT. I saw one on a 2001 Jr.T and was just curious. Thanks for Nothing.
    Just wondering but how would it fit on a 2001 Junior T. The only marzocchi fork it might have fit was the old monster because they had bolt on arches.
    Can you post the picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxrider489
    Not paranoid but defending my good name from people like you. Poor Me.
    too bad you have you to defend yourself. There goes the good name....
    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslingger
    no doubt you must have majored in english or something rad!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MX 887
    Just wondering but how would it fit on a 2001 Junior T. The only marzocchi fork it might have fit was the old monster because they had bolt on arches.
    Can you post the picture?
    all Marzocchis made before 2001 had bolt-on arches. This particular arch is made for 98-00 model year Bombers.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslingger
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    Quote Originally Posted by zedro
    all Marzocchis made before 2001 had bolt-on arches. This particular arch is made for 98-00 model year Bombers.
    OK so the fork he was talking about must have been older than 2001

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    Quote Originally Posted by MX 887
    OK so the fork he was talking about must have been older than 2001
    no his wasent (probably 2003 and up), hence the senseless lashings he apparently received.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zedro
    no his wasent (probably 2003 and up), hence the senseless lashings he apparently received.
    OK This thread sure was exhilerating and I am sad/glad to see it go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    LOLZ. HAHAHAHA i agree.......silly people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kadvang
    oooh the LOLZ revolution is spreading... werd werd
    you crazy kids and your made-up words....
    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslingger
    no doubt you must have majored in english or something rad!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kadvang
    oooh the LOLZ revolution is spreading... werd werd
    LOLZ is not just a revolution...it's a way of life.

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