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Old 01-30-19, 12:52 PM
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Where to buy 110 x 20mm thru axle parts?

I have a 2002 Santa Cruz Bullit with the Marzocchi fork. I would like to replace the entire 110mm x 20mm axle. The hub is a wilderness trail laserdisc dh. I have lost both of the axle springs and have resorted to a couple of custom rigged springs until I can locate the source of a complete axle. Where can I find these? Thanks much!
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I have a 2002 Santa Cruz Bullit with the Marzocchi fork. I would like to replace the entire 110mm x 20mm axle. The hub is a wilderness trail laserdisc dh. I have lost both of the axle springs and have resorted to a couple of custom rigged springs until I can locate the source of a complete axle. Where can I find these? Thanks much!
Did you try Googling "110 x 20mm thru axle parts"? I just did and came up with dozens of sources.

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It's a Marzocchi axle you need, they came with the fork not the hub. I think I have a spare if you can't find one on ebay or something, it's a quick release style axle.

The bolt on non-quick release ones are still out there as that's what they sold as aftermarket replacements, they are weirdly expensive though when they show up.
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110x20mm is a relatively new, boost axle size. I don't think it's the same as the axles on the older Marz forms. From what I've seen, old Marz axles are expensive.
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110x20mm is a relatively new, boost axle size. I don't think it's the same as the axles on the older Marz forms. From what I've seen, old Marz axles are expensive.
old 20mm thru axles are 110mm, they predate the whole boost thing by many years. Pretty sure boost moved the disc/caliper mounts around though, as you had to space the calipers in with older 20mm downhill forks.
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So are they compatible with newer, boost 20mm axles?
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Still looking for the Marzocchi axle parts

I am still looking thanks for your help. See pics.
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