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  • Marzocchi MX forks, how much abuse can they take?
  • Hooter
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    Thinking of building a cheapish hardcore-ish bike to play on some small local jumps, maybe also do a bit of urban messing around. Do I need to get a proper jump fork, or will something like an MX Pro do? We’re talking like jumping sets of 4 of 5 steps, nothing outrageously big… I’m 13 stone if that helps 🙁

    parkedtiger
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    I have a set of MX Pro Eta 07s – I like them. They’ve withstood everything I’ve thrown at them so far (riding in the north lakes).

    mrmichaelwright
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    used a set for street/jump duties with no problem on my Chameleon, this was a fair old time ago mind

    thisisnotaspoon
    Full Member

    ive never seen a snaped pair, and there’s usualy a few pairs at the bmx track.

    gonefishin
    Free Member

    My ’02 Bombers taking a bit of stick. XC Carbon bars too.

    I don’t know what the newer ones are like but I don’t think I’ll ever get rid of these.

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