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    Tiny question:

    Hi,
    Where can I get hold of those foam pads I put between the two crowns on my 888's to stop the stantions banging the frame? Yeh I know you'll all be thinking 'just use an old bit of tyre zip tied on' but I don't want to bother zip tying anything to my brand spanking new bike. I looked on marzocchi website but didn't find anything.
    Maybe I could buy a chainstay protector and cut it into bits?
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamjtriggs
    Hi,
    Where can I get hold of those foam pads I put between the two crowns on my 888's to stop the stantions banging the frame? Yeh I know you'll all be thinking 'just use an old bit of tyre zip tied on' but I don't want to bother zip tying anything to my brand spanking new bike. I looked on marzocchi website but didn't find anything.
    Maybe I could buy a chainstay protector and cut it into bits?
    Cheers

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    nevermind
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    Lizardskin?

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    Some people use the foam pipe insulator and attatch it to there fork with electical tape

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    Lizard skins don't have enough padding, it'll still smack the frame and dent it.

    Foam pipe insulation or those foam "noodle" things you see at the pool work pretty well. Tubes and zipties are the way to go.

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    Found it here.

    But if that link does not work you can find it under softgoods - spare parts on the marzocchi website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    Lizard skins don't have enough padding, it'll still smack the frame and dent it.

    Foam pipe insulation or those foam "noodle" things you see at the pool work pretty well. Tubes and zipties are the way to go.
    i was thinking of buying a couple chainstay tubes and cutting them into 1" peices and using maybe 3 layers of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by odinnn
    Found it here.

    But if that link does not work you can find it under softgoods - spare parts on the marzocchi website.
    cheers odinnn - seems i gave up too soon looking for them

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