Marzocchi 44 Micro Ti 2011 Forks

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MSRP : $529.00

Product Description

44 MicroTI (QR and 15mm) Back in 1997 Marzocchi came out withThe firstTrue all mountain fork. It was calledThe Z.2 Bomber andThat fork changed foreverThe way we ride.That’s aTall orderTo standTo butThe original Z.2 Bomber was built for one purpose only: RideThe entire mountain all day long with pure open bath performance. It wasn’t a race fork and it wasn’t light, butThat didn’t stop it from becoming a legendary part ofThe everyday rider who just wanted a buttery smooth f

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2010 Marzocchi 44 Micro Ti 29 vs. 2014 Fox 34 Float 29

I may have a chance to get a good deal on a 2014 Fox Float 34 (non-TALAS). Currently I have a 2010 Marz 44 Micro Ti on my Niner RIP9. I have no real complaints about the Marz - but, if the price is right, a newer fork with beefier 34mm stanchions is tempting. Fox's CTD system is pretty much u ... Read More »

Marzocchi Micro Ti 44 (29"), play between uppers and lowers

Just picked up this fork used, so I don't know its history. Cosmetically it looks good and the internals feel OK. (good not great). Was super cheap and going on a spare beater hardtail. When I get on the front brake there's a strange sensation of the wheel axle trying to dive underneath me. ... Read More »

how to tell travel of a 2010 Marzocchi 44 micro Ti?

I have a 2010 marz 44 micro ti, that I bought on closeout from hucknroll in 2011. It did not come with a spacer in the box. I just picked up a 2012 Niner RIP 9 frame and will be swapping the fork onto thenew frame. I had assumed the fork had 140mm travel and could be reduced to 120 by install ... Read More »

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Marzocchi 44 Micro Ti Damping Cart

The lock out isn’t working on my Marz 44 Micro Ti which I understand is a problem with the seals on the damper side but when searching I can’t find any direct detail on how to fix it. I’ve spoken to our importer in the UK (Windwave) and whilst it’s not covered under warranty (I’m not original owner ... Read More »

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