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    2002 Marzocchi Bomber 29er Fork worth $60?

    Hi I have a cheap Motobecane Outcast 29er (I'm usually a roadie). I came across a 2002 Marzocchi Bomber Air Fork for 29ers. The guy said it has never been ridden and just has a few scratches from hanging up in the shop. I don't know much about older forks, but I was wondering if someone could tell me if this is worth $60? Thanks.

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    Sorry I cant give you info on the fork, but I must say,I likes the Avatar!

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    Tell him you'll give him $50 cash. It shouldn't get scratches from hanging up. Usually.
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    Bomber applies to many many Marzocchi forks, it's not a specific model. If scratches aren't on the stanchions, who cares? Even roadie 29er fans shouldn't care about some cosmetic scratches, right? Marzocchi had 29er forks in 02? Man, I'm getting old.
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