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Suspension Fork overhaul;
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My marzocchi z4 is bottoming out and it has not been serviced for over 5 years, what can I do to restore these to their former bouncy status?

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Does this help:-
http://www.enduroforkseals.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/00z4flylightair.pdf

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cyclerUK;

thank you; this is exactly what I need to proceed with a repair on the forks.

Much appreciated.
Cheers
Belphit.
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