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    marzocchi canti brake hanger

    Re: Re: take a look in your Inbox
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    marzocchi canti brake hanger

    Yes, I do
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    Are these for real?

    luckily I a have one, 27.0 Titanium - makes a good job in my GT LTS ;-) first ownership
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    Bombers

    Somebody interested in this unused brake cable holder? I am the first owner, came with my Bomber Z1
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    wanted: Hope pro lever

    working/used - want to switch from my existing sport levers - no calipers needed. But maybe some spareparts for the existing levers to rebuild them eg external seal master cylinder
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    wanted: Hope pro lever

    hey internet, looking for a pair of Hope Pro levers (closed system) & 6mm brake hose thx
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    Bombers

    hmmm, I´m not common with this model - ev this manual might help? http://my-sport.spb.ru/manual_1/2004%20 ... %20air.pdf
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    Bombers

    great advice, thank you! did it back in times with seat posts - makes sense
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    Bombers

    Re: Re: Sorry, did some research in my browser history, can't find it again - maybe my memory fooled me a litte bit too ;-)
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    Bombers

    that is correct - though it might be interesting to show a wider view...
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    Bombers

    Re: Re: part#12: correct 5wt makes sense ;-) will take some time, need to research again... cheers
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    Bombers

    Marzocchi service manual says 7,5 wt oil... seals & slider bushings should be "normal" motocross stuff, nothing spezial - maybe I can find the similar types again.
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    Bombers

    wobble? how much? of course it is no rigid fork ;)
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    Bombers

    Re: Re: IS to post mount there should be adapters - BUT ver very hard for 97 (98?) models. as mentioined before they have old Formula standard... My Marzocchi Bomber Z1 stanchions
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    Bombers

    Bomber Z1 (1997) have the old Formula Brake standard - very hard to get adapter for actual brakes. maybe this overview might help too:
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