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    888 Spring Kit Soft where?

    Where can I find a soft Marzocchi 888 07' spring kit for a good price? I found some for the 04's, but only a firm kit for the 07's.

    Thanks, Shredder111

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    Anyone?

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    "Fits 2006 and later Marzocchi 888 forks"

    What do you not understand in that sentence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaky69
    "Fits 2006 and later Marzocchi 888 forks"

    What do you not understand in that sentence?

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    Yeah no kidding..It's in plain site, but I guess he expects everyone to drop what they are doing buy posting several times within an hour of each post and saying "Anyone".

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    No those will not work

    Marzocchi no longer makes soft springs for the 888 as they believe someone requiring light springs should not be using a 888 and should be on the 66 instead.



    Quote Originally Posted by shredder111

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    Anyone

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    Are you retarded?

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    Yes.

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    dude,....ride your bike and let the fork break in.....


    you don't need lighter springs......

    after break in lower the oil a little or run 5 wt oil...

    make sure all the knobs are back off......you should be fin


    ride the fork and break it in before buying new stuff
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    SMT, really it's not right, I barely have an inch of sag and I hit some jumps to flat this weekend and still have two inches left. Dh's are rough and not as buttery as a different 888 I rode at specialized's test center. I am only 135, my rear is great and perfect and it's not fully broken in, but my front is suffering. Soft springs are on the way because of the way my fork handled for the past two weeks. On dh's it barely moves 2-3 inches only when I am kinda pumping does it go more, but really it is too stiff for my weight. Medium is from 140 on, 5 pounds makes a big difference. The soft springs are from 120-155, perfect for me.


    Shredder111

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    Quote Originally Posted by shredder111
    SMT, really it's not right, I barely have an inch of sag and I hit some jumps to flat this weekend and still have two inches left. Dh's are rough and not as buttery as a different 888 I rode at specialized's test center. I am only 135, my rear is great and perfect and it's not fully broken in, but my front is suffering. Soft springs are on the way because of the way my fork handled for the past two weeks. On dh's it barely moves 2-3 inches only when I am kinda pumping does it go more, but really it is too stiff for my weight. Medium is from 140 on, 5 pounds makes a big difference. The soft springs are from 120-155, perfect for me.


    Shredder111
    need to set up your fork right and not change springs period
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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