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Old 10-19-05, 03:20 PM   #1
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suspenssion travel and frame design

hi, i have this question, im looking on some new fork for my bike, i have an 05 rockhopper stock, except for the tires, and looking to upgrade the fork, currently a manitou axel, it works fine for me, but i find it very heavy and so. anyway... i was looking tru the Marzocchi Mx Comp, i thnik i may be able to afford it (im on a budget) for Xmas but almost everyone sells the 120 mm travel version while mi bike is designed for 100 mm, is it too wrong if i put this on the bike even by the 2 cms difference? can i do that?
another question is how can i repair the seals on my current fork, the left one keeps moving up after a big hit...
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Old 10-19-05, 05:52 PM   #2
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Hey I did a search for you and www.nashbar.com sells Marzocchi MX Comp 105mm although it will be off by 5mm from your original. Im not sure if this will greatly affect your geometry though.
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