RockShox Monarch 3.3

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 The Monarch 3.3 is the OEM version of the great Monarch 4.2 shock. The Monarch RT3(2011-up) is only a slight improvement....but at a huge price increase. You can still find the 3.3/4.2 at below $100. Trek XC Pros Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski and Brain Eatough raced this shock(3.3) in the 2010 Season, with great success.
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 The one on my bike is pretty short-travel, for use with 4-bar suspension. It does a pretty good job for what it is. Of course, it's not nearly as plush as a coil-spring setup, but it's fairly adjustable for being so affordable.
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 I like the way it feels but I have had problems with the rebound knob. It has spent time in the shop b/c of the knob getting stuck, twice.
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 Came stock on my AM1000. Multiple adjustments. Can either be super plush or completely locked out.
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RockShox Monarch 3.3 (MSRP $0) — RockShox has recently stepped into the rear shock market, and made a huge splash. The Monarch is RockShox answer to the lightweight needs of AM and XC riders all around the world.

Specifications Compare to other Shocks

Release Date 2009
Price
Weight 199.58 g
Configurations 152 x 31mm (6.0 x 1.25), 165 x 28mm (6.5 x 1.5), 190 x 50mm (7.5 x 2.0) 200 x 50 or 57mm (7.875 x 2.0 or 2.25) 216 x 63mm (8.5 x 2.5)
Air/Spring Air
Spring Material Air
Adjustments External rebound and Floodgate
Shock Body Aluminum
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