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Bolt on for QR20

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by JRB, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. JRB

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    Anyone know of a shop that carries these to replace the cam set up on the bottom of a QR20? Not the axle, but the part that goes under the axle. I would prefer to have a bolt. I have been on hold for sales at Marzocchi a few times and left 2 unreturned messages. I don't have a part number to get it from Quality. Any ideas?

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  2. Ciaran

    Ciaran Fear my banana

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    Maybe Go-Ride? They seem to be pretty knowledgable and helpful.

    You're looking for this set up, right?

     
  3. ioscope

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    Make it! It looks pretty simple to me, and all you need is a metric bolt!
     
  4. JRB

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    That's it. What kind of cup set up is under the bolt? Is it concave? I would just make it if I could see pics.
     
  5. Brian Peterson

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    As long you have an 04 fork, Marz PN 710026/c will take care of you...

    Brian
     
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    Cool - thanks, Brian. I am planning to try to machine one, but I will likely see about having the shop order it.
     
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    irishMonkey Chimp

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    [mtnbrider]

    They do make some nice stuff. When i get a 7.3, i'm going to have to get that for the super T going on it.
    What do you think about the deralier bangers? Are they a good idea? Do they defeat the perpose of a hanger (with the purpose to bend instead of the frame) ?
     
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    I will be getting an '03 super T, so how do I get these? Does anyone know the price?
     
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    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    That store is a dealer, but they don't have the flip flops. I emailed them about price/if they can get them. When I get the reply, I will post it.

    triple post- hahahaha
     
  13. JRB

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    OK - let us know. In the mean time, I am working on making some if I can find something that will fill the concave hole in the lowers. I have the rest figured out. I am going to try to find some brass bearings and grind them down and bore a hole. That should work. I also plan to call Marzocchi tomorrow.
     
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    Cool tell me what they say. If yours works out, could you make me some maybe?
     
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    I just broke the flap on my fork tonight. I need to make up a bolt on piece for it. Right now, I have zip ties holding everything together.
     

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    Called Gideon at Marzocchi and he was way more than helpful. I may still try making some, but it was painless enough to order 2 pairs for Wumpus and myself.
     
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    I never got a reply from them. Do they look like those NSB ones? How did it break? Did you break a zocchi one?
     
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    I did not break the zoke ones. They look like those in Ciaran's post. $30 a pair.
     
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    Oh, I should have quoted- on the first page, last post, someone broke theirs. Its held on by zip ties.
     
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    I broke the marz flap. I was tying to hop up and feeble grind a ledge on an incline. When I hopped out of the feeble, I clipped the flap on the concrete ledge.
     
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    Oh, could that happen on a rock? Maybe the NSB ones are stronger?
     
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    It could happen on a rock.
     
  23. -dustin

    -dustin boring

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    Young broke that thing really, really quickly...i want to say within a month of getting his bike.

    loco, you can machine stuff? are you CAD competent, too?
     
  24. PatBranch

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    Maybe loco needs to keep working on one, a burly one with a long enough part for a longer/wider bolt through the dropout.

    Who's young?
     
  25. JRB

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    No - I could maybe get the guys in Tool and Die to hook me up, but no, I am not even capable. I could make it work, with something to fill in the hole on top of the lowers, but it would be ghetto machining. Functional, but not to tolerances and what not.

    *Young is a cat from Houston. Not really a cat, but a guy named Young that posts as Toonces. He is capable of drinking lots of Night Train while wearing a hoodie though.
     
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    Maybe I'd be better off w/ the QR20 that comes w/ it.
     
  27. JRB

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    I'll be glad when these get here.