Marzocchi Shiver DC 2008 Forks

5/5 (2 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Damping system: Dual Open Bath HSCV cartridges
  • Spring type: Coil spring
  • Travel: 190 mm
  • Steer tube: Alloy FR
  • Drop-out type: 20 mm dedicated axle

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by frazedh a Downhiller from coventry uk

Date Reviewed: November 24, 2008

Strengths:    strong plush strong smooth strong never ending travel oh and strong. totally maintenance free.

Weaknesses:    fantastic DH fork just dont try 2 ride it up hill.

Bottom Line:   
fantastic super strong DH fork that u can use 2 ride off the roof of ur house. very very smooth and plush. a bit heavy but then it is a DH fork. i got mine second hand and got them serviced and have not had 2 do anything 2 them in the last 2 years and i regularly thrash hard trails. used them on fort william world cup track with no probs. these forks rock.

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Favorite Trail:   fort william world cup DH track

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $300.00

Purchased At:   albany cycles

Similar Products Used:   jrn Ts boxxers

Bike Setup:   05 kona stinky single raceface ring big brakes ti spring

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by luke a Downhiller from SLO,CA USA

Date Reviewed: November 16, 2008

Strengths:    Super plush and Reliable

Weaknesses:    Weight

Bottom Line:   
Great fork very reliable I have never had any problem whatsoever, they are a bit heavy but then again they are designed mainly for downhill.

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Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Similar Products Used:   marzocchi888, manitou Dorado

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Shiver DC problems

Ok, so i bought a pair of shiver dc's, in "amazing condition" *cough cough*, bolted them on to my bike everything felt good apart from a small knock when the wheel came of the ground then landed again ( no noise on a compression where the wheel stayed in contact with the ground), the noise similar t ... Read More »

Marzocchi Shiver DC Ti springs?

I have a 2004 Shiver DC on my Balfa- love this fork from all aspects and have no intention of replacing. Literally the only downside to them is their weight. I don't find it a real issue, I'm just interested to see if there's any way to drop some weight from them. Ti springs would be a worthwhile ... Read More »

Anyone have a Flat Crown for a Marzocchi Shiver DC? Thanks...

I am in need of a Flat Crown (upper of course), for the Marzocchi Shiver DC and am unable to find one anywhere. Any one have one sitting around you want to get rid of? Thanks for checking!!Read More »

Marzocchi Shiver DC seal question

Does anyone know the OD and thinkness of the fork seals used on Shiver DC's. I have a line on a ton of seals for industrial applications that are 35 x 48 x 13.5....they are like $5.00 a set.....:thumbsup:Read More »

Marz. Shiver DC Crown Question......

Question: has anyone ever seen [B]AFTERMARKET[/B] crowns made for the Marzocchi Shivers? Ones that are more burly than the factory OEM ones? It seems as though they would have helpted any torsional flexing... I know I'm asking some to hop in ye'ol time machine of memories for this data, as th ... Read More »

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