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Old 10-08-02, 05:44 PM   #1
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2002 or 2003

Im trying to decide whether to buy a used 2002 Marzocchi Jr. T for no more than $400, or buy the new 2003 Jr. T for around $560 to $615. I'm gonna upgrade to Hayes soon and I want an 8 inch rotor in front and a 6 inch in back. What should i upgrade first? The fork or brakes (the fork I have now won't work with a 8 inch rotor).
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In the case the improvement is signifigant between he two. I would wait.
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I would get the 2003. It has been redesigned and is much stiffer.
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