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    2005 Marzocchi 66 RC

    Any one have a link to an owners manual or set up guide. I just got a great deal on one that is still new. Unfortunately it does not come with the manual. I will be building up a Iron Horse 7Point frame with this fork. I weigh in around 200lbs with gear, any set up suggestions? Let me know. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ancientwisdom
    Any one have a link to an owners manual or set up guide. I just got a great deal on one that is still new. Unfortunately it does not come with the manual. I will be building up a Iron Horse 7Point frame with this fork. I weigh in around 200lbs with gear, any set up suggestions? Let me know. Thanks.
    Is there any specific reason you need the manual? They are pretty worthless in all honesty...

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    Go to the Marzocchi website. All manuals for recent year models are there.

    Go here: http://www.marzocchi.com/Template/li...&Submit=Search
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    Thanks. I just found it on their website. I guess I am really looking for any set up suggestions if any. I don't have any experience with this fork and don't know if it's pretty straight forward or not.

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    Start off with rebound in the middle and adjust according to preference (the RC has a wide range of rebound damping adjustment). I like the compression set to 2-3 clicks from fully open and I put about 5-10psi in the air preload. You'll need the pump adaptor to do this so make sure it is included with the fork.

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    I bought one at the beginning of the 2006 season and it has performed flawlessy! I know that when I got mine the oil levels were not at the right levels. I was not getting all of my travel (Too much oil).

    So with that said, Here is a link to a site that give you tech info on oill levels, changing the travel between 170mm & 150mm etc... A lot of good info

    Enjoy the fork!

    http://www.windwave.co.uk/techinfo.html
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    Thanks alot! I can't wait to set this baby up.

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    It's an awesome shock. I owned one for a year or so.
    You can also convert it from 150mm to 170mm travel by moving an internal spacer.

    Go here: http://www.windwave.co.uk/documents/...adjustment.pdf
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