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Anybody has an idea what does the rebound assembly of your marzoochi looks like, specially for the 2004 model??? How do you take it out from the lowers...Thanks
 

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It's an enclosed cartridge assembly, attached to the lowers w/ bolt underneath, & screwed into the bottom of the top crown cap. It can be removed from fork easily, but kinda tricky removing it from the top cap w/out marzocchi's specific tool.
This is how my marathon sl is setup. Have no idea which fork you have, I'm assuming most are similar.
 

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kneecap said:
It's an enclosed cartridge assembly, attached to the lowers w/ bolt underneath, & screwed into the bottom of the top crown cap. It can be removed from fork easily, but kinda tricky removing it from the top cap w/out marzocchi's specific tool.
This is how my marathon sl is setup. Have no idea which fork you have, I'm assuming most are similar.
Thanks a lot Kneecap...
You are right how to removed the top cap. Actually I already fixed my fork. The reason I ask was due tho the clunking problem that was caused by the unscrewed rebound shaft from the damper assembly.

Now, I already fixed it and my fork is now back to normal. However, I don't think you need a special tool. I just used a 10mm open wrench for the red nut and a 21mm socket wrench for the top cap and that's it.

Anyway, that's a lot for your suggestions.

Ride Safely.

Manny
 
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