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HELP! Identify These Air Forks On A Nishiki Colorado Cunningham Design

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Old 03-24-15, 09:20 AM
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HELP! Identify These Air Forks On A Nishiki Colorado Cunningham Design

Greetings, I'm new to the forum and I need some help. I recently bought a Used Nishiki Colorado Cunningham Design Bike. The bike serial number has only Five Digits. I'm trying do find out the Make & Model of the Air Shocks so I can get a seal kit for them. The shock shaft is 24 mm in diameter & the serial number on them is 115626317. What happens is the with leak down on air & a little oil. I have not taken one apart to see if it's simple O-Rings I need to replace of more complicated seals I need to retain the air. When I first got the bike the retaining caps were loose showing no maintenance. I tightened them and the oil leakage stopped but it still has a Slow air leak. I checked the Schrader Valves and they are not leaking. Any help you can give will be Greatly Appreciated. Thank In Advance For The Help....
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Marzocchi XC400 from the early 1990's, maybe from 1992 or 1993.

Parts will be hard to find, Dr-Marzocchi in Germany has some service manuals and service kits for those old forks but his website is being rebuilt at the moment.

http://dr-marzocchi.projectweb.de/

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