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Originally Posted by Hal Fisher
Does the Marzocchi MX Pro with ETA Feel Different than the non-ETA Version? I am wondering because the ETA version has a spring in one side while the non has just air in both sides.
Since I road ride with my MTB, the ETA really becomes useful. on the roads, it allows me to peddle more effecient and have a nice steeper head angle. Then when I'm on the trail, I get plush travel with a slacker head angle for more stability(which I DO notice).
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