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...I have to say, for wasting so much paper to print their 2004 cross-product "uber-manual", Marzocchi puts a disappointing amount of useful information in it...

Anyhow, does anyone happen to know the recommended oil level (not volume) for the 2004 Shiver SC (100mm travel)? I found the recommended volume in cc's on Marz's website, but those numbers are generally next to useless, as it's near impossible to pump the carts completely dry before a refill. :mad: And we all know how accurately filled Marz forks come from the factory, so that's not a solid benchmark, either. I just need the good ol' mm from stanchion top measurement, like Marz used to supply in every manual. :rolleyes:

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Measurement should be 35-40mm.

SprungShoulders said:
...I have to say, for wasting so much paper to print their 2004 cross-product "uber-manual", Marzocchi puts a disappointing amount of useful information in it...

Anyhow, does anyone happen to know the recommended oil level (not volume) for the 2004 Shiver SC (100mm travel)? I found the recommended volume in cc's on Marz's website, but those numbers are generally next to useless, as it's near impossible to pump the carts completely dry before a refill. :mad: And we all know how accurately filled Marz forks come from the factory, so that's not a solid benchmark, either. I just need the good ol' mm from stanchion top measurement, like Marz used to supply in every manual. :rolleyes:

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Very hard to find info. Even the otherwise good Tech CD tells you volume, but just shows an "h" where they should tell you the "air volume" measurment. It's funny because they tell you to check the measurement to verify correct volume but they don't give you the spec. I got the 35-40 spec from a page I printed at the international website last year.

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