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    Marzocchi 55 Series?

    Whats the difference between all four of them:
    55 ATR Micro
    55 RC3
    55 ATA
    55 R

    I'm looking all over for upgrading the fork on my pitch, I want something that can handle more FR than my pike can. Would one of these be better for what I need?

    What's going be the best all around deal. Also looking at a lyrik

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    Could you not make a new thread for every question you have, and try searching google for really simple questions? You have already started 10 threads about what fork to put on your bike, with one an exact duplicate of this thread. Thanks in advance.

    PS I found this in about 30 seconds on google. http://www.marzocchi.com/spa/mtb/man...Poster-USA.pdf

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    What mullet said, use that link, if that fails....

    www.google.com

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    Is there even any information about forks on that page? I couldn't get past the opening picture! Marzocchi knows their market!
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    does it come in electric blue?

    can you change the travel to 178mm?

    can i run Tag wheels with them?

    can it handle 3 foot drops to flat?

    sorry for the questions. im a n00b...

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    ATA Micro if you think you will be adjusting the travel
    RC3 if you think you'll be bombing like a DH bike.

    Forget the R and the ATA, they are entry level forks. I have a personal friend that bent the crown on his ATA......
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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    ATA Micro if you think you will be adjusting the travel
    RC3 if you think you'll be bombing like a DH bike.

    Forget the R and the ATA, they are entry level forks. I have a personal friend that bent the crown on his ATA......
    good advice
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    I am all for simple forks but reviewers (of forks and bikes) keep complaining about inconsistent damping on the R.

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