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Marzocchi 33 TST2 Brake Bosses

Old 03-12-09, 09:52 PM
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Marzocchi 33 TST2 Brake Bosses

I just got this fork today as a crash replacement fork, and I have one little problem with it. The flange for the brake bosses do not have drilling to hold the springs for the v-brake. My shop had no idea what to do with this. I sure cannot figure it out.

Got any ideas?
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V-brakes are optional with that fork. You need the post kit that's specific for it. 2 FK9938 and 2 FK9939 (Marz Part #'s) will get you going.

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Old 03-13-09, 03:19 PM
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The post kit comes with the spring plate. You can orient the hole in any direction-pretty sweet.
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