Marzocchi Marathon R 2012 Forks

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MSRP : $169.98

Product Description

The Marazocchi Marathon R embodies AER Technology. AER is “AirThat make you fly.” It was completely re- engineered for 2011.The coil- like plushness combined withThe air volume adjuster offers The ideal compression curveTo any rider.The low pressure required keepsThe seals sliding smoothly onThe surface avoiding any friction.The fixed piston inThe closed cartridge helpsTo reduce weight beingThatThis fork requires less oilThan most others.The Marathon R is setup with 100mm of susp

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Marzocchi Marathon LR or R? Would a noob need "compression" adjustability?

I'm upgrading my shock for the first time and I have researched, and found out a lot, but there are a couple of things that I am confused about. I have a Specialized Hardrock disk, 2013 with a 80mm Suntour Pogo on it. I am thinking about either the Marathon LR or Marathon R. [url=http://www ... Read More »

Post mount adapter for XTR BR-M975 F/R caliper to Durin Marathon fork

Hi, I am looking for a mounting adapter to mount a Shimano XTR BR-M975 F/R brake caliper (160mm rotor) onto my new Durin Marathon 120mm fork. Any suggestions? Can this even be done?Read More »

Yeti AS-R vs. Epic Marathon

Has anyone ridden the 08 Yeti AS-R (alum) with the XT build kit and the 08 Epic Marathon (Alum)? Both have a similar spec and price point ($3,995 for the Epic and $3,699 for the Yeti. Both have around 4" of travel front and rear and both weigh approx 25 # with pedals. I am most interested in how ... Read More »

Marathon S vs Vanilla R

Upgrade-itis hits again. I'm a Clydesdale going about 220 right now. I ride agressive XC. Of the Marzocchi Marathon S and Fox Vanilla R, which fork would suit my size and riding style best? I'm looking for pros and cons for both, so fire away, please. Thanks, Clyde.Read More »

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