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Old 09-09-05, 01:14 PM   #1
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Shoud be here in a week. My slider is finally being removed off the bike. Yehaw...oh and I got the 7in version

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Old 09-09-05, 01:48 PM   #2
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You're welcome (although I think marzocchi is eyetalian).

You will not be disappointed. I love my 66.
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It is eyetalian...I just couldn't afford to buy it if it weren't for friends in bellingham. Saved almost 400$cdn

I haven't been happy with a dc fork yet. jrT sucked, Slider not much better. But my z1 and my z150 are godlike. I hope the 66 does the same
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Besides the fact it's nice and stiff, the HSCV is what makes the difference.
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Totally. I have tried several other forks. This was an experimentation year. I was trying to avoid being a marz bandwaggoner...

Thats changed. I don't plan to go to another fork again. Maybe fox...but thats $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$4
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Dead sexy.

I just wish I had a bike to put something like that on.
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Dead sexy.

I just wish I had a bike to put something like that on.
Ditto! That fork looks very nice.
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