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    marzocchi mz 2 forks

    are these forks any good??

    seen they are fitted to the kona caldera, lookin to get a pair

    also any uk stockists, preferablly in scotland??

    and how much do these cost

    thanks for yer help

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    they are oem forks, they only come on bikes, you can't buy them. And also, they're not very good at all.

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    Total CRAP

    most people upgrade the fork first on those models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bneall
    Total CRAP


    I had a spankin new MZIII off my 06 Kikapu that I was very happy to give away.

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    Well, can't say they are awesome. They are pretty flexy, and most importantly, they lack hydraulic rebound damping. Sometimes tops out loudly. They are entry level.
    When under pressure, your level of performance will sink to your level of preparation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by phxartboy


    I had a spankin new MZIII off my 06 Kikapu that I was very happy to give away.


    I have that bike and fork . . . what did you upgrade to?

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    wat fork should i get rock shox judy j3 80mm travel or mazorochi mz2

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    Quote Originally Posted by biker t
    wat fork should i get rock shox judy j3 80mm travel or mazorochi mz2
    honestly, i don't think it really matters. both are heavy, basic, entry level forks. if i had to pick one, i don't even know what i would do. i don't think one has a distinct advantage.
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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by rkj__
    honestly, i don't think it really matters. both are heavy, basic, entry level forks. if i had to pick one, i don't even know what i would do. i don't think one has a distinct advantage.
    i sill dont no wat fork to get i think ill go for the mz 2 because they have more travel but ive herd bad reviews so i dont no

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