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CRC/Nukeproof Tech: Mont St Anne: Strip and build Marzocchi Forks

CRC Mechanic Dave Garland takes you through the strip and build of the teams Marzocchi DH forks

14 Comments

  • + 1
 Ha ha, my seals wear a nightmare to get out. Even with a pair of long heavyduty metal tire levers I had to monkey fist the things off (sent em shooting up into the rafters). Really good tip to only work on the clamped stanchion.

Question: Does it matter what your dials are set at when you add and cycle your oil. If so do they need to be fully open or closed (my guess is open)?
  • + 4
 YEAH!!! Finally a video of a marzocchi fork rebuild with a great teacher
  • + 3
 9min 27sec in and he works on a non-clamped lower leg just after telling us NOT to do that...
  • + 1
 why you have to look only in the negative things?
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flag eddie1170 (Jul 3, 2011 at 3:49) (Below Threshold)
 Im sorry, I did not understand a single word you just said. Feel free to come back and try again later. Unfortunately I'll have lost all interest by then.
  • + 7
 i didn't say anything, i write it
  • + 5
 @eddie1170 hes talking about when youre removing seals cause you could probably break the lowers or something pretty easily, dropping in a dampener is completley different
  • + 4
 Wow that's difficult
  • + 1
 im trying to get the foot nut off the the compression side leg, but it just keeps spinning around and not loosening off. dave whats the trick to get it apart?
  • + 2
 The Mighty Mallet, mechanics' best friend Smile
  • + 1
 Cool video. Wish he made a video like this for Rock shox pike but that wont happen.
  • + 1
 i might half to lol if i found out that fork broke when hes working on it the way he tells you not to in the begining.
  • + 1
 FYI, unless you have tapered stanchions, the correct amount of oil for the damper leg is 300ml/cc, not 320!
  • + 1
 you're good..

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