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Tioga MX Comp Pedal

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  • 6061-T6 Die-Cast Alloy Body
  • Ball Bearings
  • 9/16” Chromoly Axle

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Vintage Marzocchi MX Comp ETA - using different oil weight in each legs...?

Hi guys, Bare with me if I don't make sense, far from an expert here... I have just finished rebuilding my old Marz MX Comp/ETA 120mm, used to be an awesome fork, and still is on my old hard tail. Overall, performance is still great after 10 years of abuse. One thing that bothers me though is th ... Read More »

Marzocchi MX COMP ETA (2004) Internal Reboud Adjustment questions....

Hey guys, My old Kona hardtail has a Marzocchi MX Comp ETA on it. This for is supposed to have internal rebound adjustment located in the right leg. I read the manual and found a few posts about this but nothing really answered my questions. So I remove the dust cap/valve cap from the right leg to ... Read More »

2004 Marzocchi MX Comp - no rebound dampening

I converted my old bike to singlespeed recently and was out riding it in the mud this weekend. One thing I noticed when popping over a curb between two sections of trail is that my fork has what sounds to be a complete lack of rebound dampening. When I compress the fork to get the front wheel ... Read More »

Marzocchi MX Comp vs Manitou Vert-X

Well, I've got both these forks sitting in my garage and I'm not sure which one to throw on my Kona Kikapu. They're both around 10 years old, but are both still trail worthy and sealed. Which is the better fork? Neither is exactly "top of the line" but any first hand recommendations? I'm new at t ... Read More »

2006 Marzocchi MX Comp, top-out noises

Howdy knowledgeable folks, I was hoping you could help me out with some troubles I'm having with my 2006 Marzocchi MX Comp. It's a simple oil-bath air fork, 26er (not that that matters). I've always run it at pretty high pressures (~60psi) because I prefer the front end to not move unless it's a b ... Read More »

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