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ok, i know that Marzocchi has really precise measurements, so when i get my Z1, the first thing i do is measure the exposed stanchion length, which turns out to be 151m,. with an axle to cown of around 538mm. this was listed on Bluesky as a 130mm fork, so maybe i got a 150mm? not really an issue, its only 15mm taller than my RST, just asking
 

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ANdRewLIu6294 said:
ok, i know that Marzocchi has really precise measurements, so when i get my Z1, the first thing i do is measure the exposed stanchion length, which turns out to be 151m,. with an axle to cown of around 538mm. this was listed on Bluesky as a 130mm fork, so maybe i got a 150mm? not really an issue, its only 15mm taller than my RST, just asking
Doubt it. If it's a 2005/2006 fork, then it's possible. Which z1 model is it?
 

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ANdRewLIu6294 said:
ok, i know that Marzocchi has really precise measurements, so when i get my Z1, the first thing i do is measure the exposed stanchion length, which turns out to be 151m,. with an axle to cown of around 538mm. this was listed on Bluesky as a 130mm fork, so maybe i got a 150mm? not really an issue, its only 15mm taller than my RST, just asking
Should be 150mm. Those forks may be adjustable via internal spacers for 130 or 150mm.
 
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