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    2004 Marzocchi Junior T parts

    I met a 15 year old boy on the trail last week. He was doing some impressive freeriding on a Walmart (huffy deluxe). It blew my mind and I want to support the kid in his passion. I've got an old kona coiler with a 2004 Junior T that I would like to give him. The only problem is the bottom clamps on the dropout are missing. I used to ride it without them. I just don't want to give it to him in an unsafe condition. I've attached a picture of the parts as well as a few part numbers. Any help in finding these parts would be appreciated. Thanks, Hank2004 Marzocchi Junior T parts-part-numbers.jpg2004 Marzocchi Junior T parts-qr20-lower-clamp-assembly.jpg

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    i'm guessing riding with the missing flaps is still much safer than getting down on a huffy...


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    For #66 a Thomson seatpost bolt works perfectly and is stronger than the aluminum ones that came with it.
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    Thanks for the tip. The other parts are were only produced for a short time and are not available. I've reached an agreement with the kid's parents for him to work at my place to earn money for a new fork. If anybody needs any parts from this Junior T or wants it just message me. I will part it out cheap and put the money towards the new fork. It works perfectly other than the missing bottom clamps.

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    even without the bottom clamps, the axle will not fall off. the fork lowers have more than a half the circle on the dropouts, so the only way for the axle to be installed or removed off is sideways. as long as the caps are on the end of the axle, it will never come out...


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    These dropouts are 50/50. When you loosen the qr, the wheel falls out the bottom.

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    I have some

    Quote Originally Posted by hankerdoodle View Post
    I met a 15 year old boy on the trail last week. He was doing some impressive freeriding on a Walmart (huffy deluxe). It blew my mind and I want to support the kid in his passion. I've got an old kona coiler with a 2004 Junior T that I would like to give him. The only problem is the bottom clamps on the dropout are missing. I used to ride it without them. I just don't want to give it to him in an unsafe condition. I've attached a picture of the parts as well as a few part numbers. Any help in finding these parts would be appreciated. Thanks, HankClick image for larger version. 

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    I have some
    Replaced my JR T,finally, with a Boxxer
    Not sure if you still want them, I'm in BC

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    Sorry, I'm not on here enough. I'll take them. Just message me a price and we can go from there. Thanks

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    if you, or anyone else looking at this thread needs info/parts/service on 2012 and older Marzocchi products, hit up Marzocchi Mark at mtbforksbymark.com, an invaluable source for that stuff. He used to work for them, and still sells refurbished older forks, even Shivers! He's very very good, and has tons of inventory.

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    Thanks for the link to Marzocchi Mark. He has a great site. As of now the problem is solved. Thanks to rabidmole for helping out.

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    if the fork is still up for grabs please message me. I have a Junior T that I might end up needing parts for eventually.

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