Marzocchi DJ 1 2012 Forks

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MSRP : $496.00

Product Description

Whips, flips, and big airs are whatThis fork was bornTo do. Features a burly 20mm axle and Marzocchi's RVTechnologyTo keep you in control. The RV (Rebound Valve) pumping element isThe evolution ofThe well-proven SSVF Open Bath system.The system controlsThe rebound speed. WhenThe red knob is correctly adjusted,The front wheel is capable of maintaining contact withThe ground on all kinds of surface conditions. 100mm Air preload Rebound20mm axle32mm hard anodized aluminum stanchions Aluminum

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