Marzocchi MTB Dirt Jumper 1

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 .................t year we built the biggest thing to hit the 4X market. This year it’s even better! Before your next gate drops you need to be on a Marzocchi 4X. Of course, Dirt Jumper owned every event it entered. Our best riders use this fork on some of th
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 .................t year we built the biggest thing to hit the 4X market. This year it’s even better! Before your next gate drops you need to be on a Marzocchi 4X. Of course, Dirt Jumper owned every event it entered. Our best riders use this fork on some of th
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 Solid forks, can be used from street park riding to XC biking. The travel can be adjusted for suitable riding conditions. They are also athstetically pleasing, come in black/white/grey to match most frames and accessories. They look proffesional and are sturdy build.
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 Have these forks on my NS Metropolis 1. Very smooth travel and uses full 100mm of travel (unlike my old 100mm dj3 which only used 80 b4 bottoming out). Very wide rebound setting lets you tailor it 4 most riding styles. Seem quite stiff and good light weight too for a dj fork. had 3 months hard use so far and no ill effects.
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 Strong, reliable, stiff forks. Great forks for the price. They may not be as "plush" as argyle but they definitely make up for it with their stiffness. Marzocchi forks have a reputation of lasting forever, this fork is no exception even with little or no maintenance it will still prove itself when it counts, the big slams.
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 Dirt Jumper forks have ruled the dirt, jump and street scene for years and useful improvements for 2006 mean it looks like business as usual.



The best news for habitual fork wreckers is that the new crown has bolted clamps, so you can replace damaged legs individually rather than writing off the whole top end. 20mm dropouts keep the steering stiff and make sure your wheel stays put, and the forks are slightly lighter too.



The new damping system (with an alloy shaft) seems smoother and more consistently controlled and you get external adjustment of both the rebound and compression damping. The twin-coil spring set-up retains dual air-preload caps for pumping things up firmer when you're going big or coming back from the pie shop.



In other words, it's super easy to tune your landing gear at the trail side if you're not getting the smoothness you're after. We've had slight teething troubles with our sample, but we know loads of riders who've got nothing but joy from their new fork.



All the Dirt Jumper forks only have 100mm of travel and, unlike other 06 Marzocchis, they haven't switched to easy-fit post style disc mounts. The DJ1 is also quite expensive, although the external rebound adjust-only DJ2 is £40 less at £359.95 and the internally-adjustable DJ3 is £244.95.
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 really easy to adjust and can take large hits. also very stiff especially with the 20m axle. have the 2008 model and works fine people say the internals suck but a i havent had any problems
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 Forks work very well had them for a year now with my p1 speacialized 09 have not had to do anything to fix them did not really like the colour next time should have a wider varity of coulor
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 bombproof...but kinda heavy. i usually dont review products but i really like this fork, though it does way more than most it comes in at a practical enough price and is basically bombroof. hella sick fork!
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 these are really nice forks my freind purchased them and he loved them there springy nice looking and big personally i would buy these forks myself if i had the cash but i dont
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 weigh abit but strong stiff and smooth on trails also good enough for 4x seem to have a fast rebound good compression and mine have gone 3 years perfect nearly without breaking
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 they are a nice strong fork that can handle any thing and i mean anything. they last for a long time i put them on my devinci district and took the old forks off which were argles and the dj1 made a big differect
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 Pros-Lightweight, good handling, preload adjuster works, indestrutable. I can actaully catwalk easier and straighter since Ive got these forks. They turn easily and you dont loose your balance easy.
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 very easy to adjust and to get fixed. maybe next time make crown higher to make footjamming easier. also, if the crown is higher, the fork would be stronger. i have a friend that snapped his dj4s there because it is to thin
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 dont get them after 07....not there made by chinease people in the st sundur factory.....b4 07 they were bulit by nice itaians.....id say these forks are better then argyles!!
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 Best dj forks i have ridden, they are stiff when you are pedalling but when you hit a bump they are very plush. great adjustments stiff through axle.
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 Lush forks to ride, flush and flowy shame i snapped my top tube, was really gutted, however these are really light forks and very strong, too strong infact Razz Frown
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 Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 1 - mesmo muito boa recomendo para quem esteja disposto a desfrutar de uma boa pista de dirt e a mandar uns belos jump's, suspenção ideal para isso Wink
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 Lowered to 80mm and it transformed my Dmr transition. Actually prefer the feel of these to Argyles. Although ive not ridden 409s i must admit.
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 have loads oif travel for the use of it and never have gone stiff while have have used them, i have them of my P2 and i would not ride without them sorry fox
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 these are f*cking amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 there gd for street n dirt, but the price is a bit steep aspecily if u was to sell them. i gess its best to say get second hand ones lol
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 extremly stong bit on the heavy side though not dropped it out yet good seals **** with it came in a larger travel though not to bouncy not to stiff either Smile
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 Very good for riding street and dirt. Fast Re-bound that you woulnt belive. Good fork for the money you pay and is fairly light.
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 I have the 2008s, one of the nicest looking forks around. Reasonably priced, although allot of friends have had problems mine are still going strong!
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 This fork is the high end dirt jump fork from Marzocchi, and you will feel it.
The fork is build like it's a tank, but it doesn't weight much ones it's on your bike!
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 Very plush and recoil is great. Light and suoer easy to adjust, plus a different coloured fork which makes it unique
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 only ridden for a few weeks so far but this fork is the sh*t. light tough and sharp looking at a fair price.
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 Simply awesome forks, adjustable to any rider, perfect for jumping (duur) and surprisingly lightweight.
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 Im using the dj-1 from 07 and it's still going strong after many front wheel cases and some hard abuse.
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 This is a great fork for dirt jumping of course. I had these on my bike and they worked great. Very durable.
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 great fork! i have rode quiet a few marzocchi forks and the dirt jumper series is finally good like they used to be
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 Really sweet and smooth, very light. Not majorly adjustable but all you need for dirt and street forks !
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 very good fork lots of adjustments very good fork i have the 2008 model but it works just as good i love it very much
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 great forks, good weight, awsome rebound adjustment, but id like if the compretion adjustment was clickers like the argyles
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 Dont Buy tth 2008/ 2009 model.

Made by SR Suntour.

Thats why the older ones are rare !!!

These break. Weak.
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 love them i think you should get them i trust them when i dirt jump and i love how they are just right
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 Cant go wrong! Best dirt jumper out there. super strong! The guys at marzocchi def know what they are doing!
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 its not to stiif not to soft its just right lajkfvhbklahlwergjvlszdjflbxdrfgnxcfvbxfghbxdsfgnbxfgbxdfg
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 burly fork. rebound works great and preload air gives you the ability to make it stiffer if you want. recommend it tup
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Marzocchi MTB Dirt Jumper 1 (MSRP $429) — "Last year we built the biggest thing to hit the 4X market. This year it’s even better! Before your next gate drops you need to be on a Marzocchi 4X. Of course, Dirt Jumper owned every event it entered. Our best riders use this fork on some of the most relentless trails made by man."

Specifications Compare to other Forks

Release Date 2009
Price $429
Weight 2595 g
Color Options Grey
Travel 100 mm
Travel - refers to the distance the wheel can move in respect to the frame. Typically measured in millimeters, most forks range from 80 to 203 mm of travel
Spring Coil
Crown Single
Rebound Yes
Rebound - is how quick your fork returns to a fully extended position after being compressed. Almost all after-market forks feature external rebound adjustment for easy fine tuning.
Stanchion material 32mm Alloy Stanchions
Steer Tube 1.125
Damping Open Oil Bath
Damping - The process of absorbing the energy of impacts transmitted through the forks or rear shock during the compression stroke, and absorbing the energy of the spring during the rebound stroke.
DropOut Options 20mm
Compression Air Preload
Compression - This is the damping circuit that absorbs the compression energy force on the damper. Compression damping is used to adjust how quickly a fork or rear shock compresses when hitting a bump, and is adjustable on some products. When compression damping is too soft, this condition allows most of the available travel to be used without attaining control of the wheel. When it's adjusted too firmly, the wheel will jump or "dance" about when hitting small bumps, again failing to gain control of the wheel.
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