Mountain Biking - Marzocchi MX Comp ETA
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09-13-05, 07:50 PM
Hey I need some advice...I have $250 to spend on forks for my Norco Wolverine...which forks would you guys recommend for free ride/dirt jump/downhill riding I dont really do anything too big about 6 ft of air most and on to a slop landing. Do you guys think that the Marzocchi MX Comp ETA would be a good choice for me or can you guys recommend something better for around $250? Thanks in advance.
09-13-05, 07:54 PM
The MX Comp is a cross-country/trail fork - not downhill or FR. The MX Comp is a great cost-effective fork for its intended purpose - but not for your intended useage.
I personally am not aware of a good FR fork for $250.00.
09-13-05, 08:21 PM
id definitely reccomend something else just like shane said. Save some money and get something meant to suit your needs.
09-13-05, 08:31 PM
Well can you recommend some good cheap ones for the type of riding I do? I currently have SF-XC50 and am in NEED to replace them...aka they suck!!
09-13-05, 08:32 PM
SR Suntour SF-XC50 that is
09-13-05, 08:34 PM
Look for closeour deals on anything you can find.
09-14-05, 02:23 AM
How about a Sherman Flick Plus for 289 dollars?
09-14-05, 03:00 AM
i would love to take advantage of that deal on the serman flick plus, it would be less than 400can$ by the time i got it, but it says they can only ship to USA. too bad. I would suggest keeping an eye on the sales on pinkbike, you might find a good deal there.
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