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Marzocchi z150 rebuild

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

  1. DirtyMike

    DirtyMike Turbo Fluffer

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    Hey going to be overhauling my z150 and will be talking to Marz Monday morning....my question is if anyone here has taken one apart yet and if they know of anything different with this fork at all.... or any tricks i might want to know before getting into it......talk to a few people i know and so far i have been told that it should be basicly the same as otehr Marz forks But i am wanting to be sure.... i have the Oil levels and weights already.... Anywho any tips or warning would be great from some who have been inside this fork already
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  2. ChrisRobin

    ChrisRobin Turbo Monkey

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    Isn't a rebuild simply changing the seals and oil? Shouldn't be that difficult.
     
  3. JRB

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    Get the little 12mm socket, or grind one down like Wumpus and I did. Don't twist the top cap off of the damper assembly. That is a stupid mistake. Nothing to it.
     
  4. DirtyMike

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    Yeah an overhaul is close to just seals and oil.... But there are sometime dissasembly/reassembly issues..... thanks for the advice on grinding down a socket... sounds like it will be smooth like the other Marz forks have been
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