Marzocchi MX Pro Air 2005 Front Shocks

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Product Description

  • Steer Tube: Steel
  • Drop-Out Type: Standard
  • Travel: 85mm, 105mm, 120mm
  • Dual SSVF Floating Valve Design

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Best $200 xc fork - Tora 318 air or MX Pro Lo

I want to upgrade my 2 year old Rockshox J1 to something better. I've found the Marzocchi MX pro lo (coil fork) at Jenson for $189, and also the XC 600 TST 2 / ATA2 for the same price (air fork). For $20 more, I can get a Tora 318 solo air at cambria bikes. Of course, I will need to get a shock pump ... Read More »

Rock Shox Tora 318 Solo Air or Marzocchi MX Pro Lockout?

I'm a low intermediate xc rider (5'8"/155lbs). The highest jumps I'm comfortable taking right now are about 2feet high. I currently have a 17" hard tail with an 80MM shady Dart 1. Half of my riding is on the pavement with my wife and the other half is/will be pure trail riding w/ jumps. I need a n ... Read More »

MX Pro air pressure

I have a set of new Marzocchi MX pro forks on my trek, it seems when I have set them up I need to run lower than the recommended air pressure to get 20-25% sag. The book says 30-40 psi for lightweight riders (i am 64kgs) and I have had to go to 25psi to get anything like that. IS it ok to run the ... Read More »

RS Reba SL '07 vs Marzocchi MX Pro SL Air '06

I'm looking for a new set of forks and have norrowed it dow to the above based on reviews and budget. They are for my Scott elite racing HT. I do mainly XC with the occasional trail and am looking for something with a bit more travel than my current forks and something to lift the front a bit. I' ... Read More »

marzocchi MX pro lockout air 120mm travel fork

what do you guys think of this fork? I am getting a new dawg deluxe and this is the fork that comes with it. The only bad thing I have heard about the dawg is that it comes with a weak fork. What is so bad about this fork? Should I get my LBS to swap it out from the get go?Read More »

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