Marzocchi Monster T 2008 Forks

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Product Description

  • Spring type: Dual Coil springs
  • Travel: 200 mm
  • Steer tube: Alloy FR
  • Drop-out type: 20 mm dedicated axle

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2002 Marzocchi Monster T thru Axel?

Anybody have one lying around that they might want to part with? I need it for somebody obsessed with an old school build they are currently working on. I've been searching online to no avail.Read More »

Need help finding older Marzocchi Monster T springs!

Hey everyone, I bought my Rocky Mountain R6 used from a smaller and lighter rider. It rode great until I hit a few bigger drops then noticed the shocks were bottoming out. I adjusted the knobs on top to get as stiff as possible then went for a ride, still bottomed out. Since I'm new to mountain b ... Read More »

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If you DIDN'T flat at Pisgah Monster Cross, would you mind sharing what tires/pressures/body weight you were running? For me, I had hutchinson pyranhas, 60psi, 155lb, and had two flats. One was a major blow-out (as in BOOOOOM...tire goes off the rim) that left me with chunks of metal missing from m ... Read More »

00-02 Monster T Axle Ideas?

Hello, all. I'm trying to find an axle for my '01 Monster T, and have exhausted almost all of my options. It now seems as if my last chance to get this fork working will be to have the axle machined. I'm looking for someone who has either a) done this or know someone who has done this before, b)h ... Read More »

'04 Monster T rebuild questions

I purchased an old Super 8 with a 2004 Monster T on it. There is zero dampening in the fork. I haven't had the chance to tear it down yet, but am searching out replacement parts...just in case. I have only come across one or two places that have old Zocchi parts, and most seem not to have the 40 ... Read More »

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