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Old 01-02-06, 09:39 PM   #1
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Upgrading the internals on a marz MZ comp?

is this possible? ive heard about this being done with other forks but ive never heard anything about this particular fork being upgraded. Could i put the mx comp internals into it? how can i figure out wether or not something like this is possible? thanks
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I was on another thread about the MZ comp and someone said it was an OEM fork. I don't know what the internals on th MZ comp are. Some OEM forks have the same internals as their aftermarket counterpart but they use a steel steerer tube instead of aluminum. Do you know what the internals systems of your MZ comp are? Marzocchi is the best fork manufacturer when it comes to interchangability of their different technologies. You might have to contact Marzocchi on this one.
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