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    Marzocchi 66 SL 1 ATA service?

    Hi,
    I'm after a nice pictorial step by step proceedure to service my Maz 66 SL 1 ATA '07. Has anybody come up with one yet, (similar to the fox 36 service that can be found on this forum). I know there's one out there in Italian but I would prefer English if possible.
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    Fat Paddy.

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    me too!!!!

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    i have a service coming up on mine soon (couple weeks maybe, gotta get seals), I'll try to remember to photo log it.

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    I will change the oil seals and dustwipers soon, I'll probably have to change the oil too, I'll try to document it (although I really wanted someone else to do it before me so that I have somethign to look at while I do it )

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    sernevi, the 66 SL1 isn't different than much any older 'zoke in this respect. The same mechanism for the wipers, seals, and clip-ring seems to be the rule for this "older" design.

    So, finding any 'zoke guide will be a reasonably helpful thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear
    sernevi, the 66 SL1 isn't different than much any older 'zoke in this respect. The same mechanism for the wipers, seals, and clip-ring seems to be the rule for this "older" design.

    So, finding any 'zoke guide will be a reasonably helpful thing.
    Yeah, that's what I figured, so I downloaded the 2006 manual (there's no exploded view in the 2007 one..) and will go at it..

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    you should not have any issues, so long as you've got the right tools ( mostly, a cassette lockring tool that does *not* have a center axle - to apply to the topcaps, and a deep-socket or crescent wrench that will let you work the foot-nuts ).

    hint: release all air PSI, and unscrew the ATA topcap enough to depressurize the leg (and then tighten it again), before releasing the footnuts. Don't want air-pushed oil going everywhere.

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