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super t rebuild ?

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Internal14, Dec 16, 2005.

  1. Internal14

    Internal14 Monkey

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    I posted this in the mechanics forum but no one ever goes there....


    I'm replacing the seal on a `03 Super T.

    What kind of 'socket' do you use to get the lower bolts off the lower assembly?
    Looks to be about a 12mm, but no socket I have is thin enough to fit in the space.
    Does Marz. have some retarded extra thin socket they recommend?:mumble:

    And yes, I did a search, can't pull up anything. And that Marz. site is oh so helpfull. NOT!
     

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    SuspectDevice Turbo Monkey

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    Yes, marzocchi has a special thinwall 12mm they like to sell people. SnapOns might be thinwall engough though...
     
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    Internal14 Monkey

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    oh man.....that REALLY burns me! fricken lame! I hate hittign a wall like that when you weren't expecting it.
    Hell, why'd they go and do that anyway?:angry:
     
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    Dremel tool...
     
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    Go to your local pawn shop and pick up a few 12mm sockets (they usually have a bin full of them and the 1/4" drive will be the smallest outer diameter). Then use a bench grinder to grind down the outside (if it needs it) to make it fit. If you don't have a bench grinder, maybe a LBS or a auto-repair shop will do it or let you use theirs.