Little screws on older Marzocchis that get lost easily.

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  • scruff
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    You know, when Marzocchis were proper but all the little bolts fell out. Need one for the compression adjuster on 06 Z1’s. Anyone know what can be used in its place thats the same size? Windwave/ukbikestore dont have any instock.

    What about using the one off the hose guide?

    Premier Icon singlespeedstu
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    Is it just a grubscrew?

    Give us a rough idea of size and I’ll see what I’ve got floating about.

    solamanda
    Member

    Is it a top cap adjuster screw? I have some junk broken Z1s I could steal one off. Email me.

    TandemJeremy
    Member

    If its the tiny one from the bottom of the fork leg it appears to be the same size as an elctrical screw – the type that holds switches to the back boxes. 3mm ish accross the threads.

    I have lost that screw and the knob off my Z1s – but as I never fiddled with it I have ignored it but one of those screws seems to fit the thread

    scruff
    Member

    litte dome headed hex bolt that is supposed to fix the compression adjuster on at the bottom of the leg. I had the part number somewhere…

    Premier Icon rockthreegozy
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    I gave up fitting them- you can adjust the forks with the red adjuster minus the screw. then pop it off, and put it somewhere safe.

    Did Windwave give an eta for new stock?

    TandemJeremy
    Member

    Sorry – just double checked – its not an electrical screw – that was a rougue one in my electrics box

    Its M3 99% sure – I have a box of m3 bolts and they fit the thread

    scruff
    Member

    Waiting for my compression adjuster to be delivered as it will be lying in the undergrowth somewhere on Cannock Chase along with the shitty little screw.

    Its this, no eta as yet. http://www.ukbikestore.co.uk/product/-1/520278/marzocchi-adjuster-screw.html

    thanks TJ, will try that. It’ll be superglued in place once I find something that fits.

    TandemJeremy
    Member

    Scruff – have you seen my second post>

    scruff
    Member

    Yeah, will go over B&Q I think.

    Ta All.

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