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Description

There are more great trails in your area than you’d care to count. The Marzocchi 44 Micro Ti Fork has you covered for everything from gnarly climbs and screaming singletrack to tight, technical, rocky, rooty drops and kickers. At just over four pounds, the Marzocchi takes care of the dirty descending business without beating you up on the climb.

  • Low pressure AER air system provides coil-like plushness without any additional weight
  • Tst Micro allows fine tuning of compression and threshold for optimum control and traction when descending, while also allowing full lockout for climbing
  • New precisely fitted and slotted bushings allow oil flow for maximum lubrication, and minimum slop
  • Volume adjust lets you control the compression curve from the beginning stroke to the end
  • Ultra-light titanium spring provides constant performance no matter what the elevation, or temperature
  • Nickel coated stanchions are super smooth, and resilient to dirt and wear

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight:
1905 g
Travel:
150 mm
Lower Material:
magnesium
Axle:
110 x 115 mm QR
Spring Type:
air preload & negative titanium spring
Steer Tube Diameter:
1.125 in
Crown Material:
alloy
Wheel Size:
26 in
Stanchion Diameter:
32 mm
Lockout:
yes
Recommended Use:
all mountian,trail
Stanchion Material:
nickel coated alloy
Damper:
open oil bath
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Adjustability:
micro-adjust compression threshold,rebound

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