Talk to me about..Marzocchi 44 ti coil forks.
Seen them going pretty cheap online now.
Have only ridden a set very briefly, but they felt really plush and very little flex.
Tellingly, a massive amount of the riders at SuperEnduro seem to be running them and talking to a few, they work very, very well in fast, rough and rocky environments.
Can’t comment on how the seals cope in sh*tty UK mud though.Posted 5 years ago
I’ve got 55s, and was wanting a set of the 44s for my new bike.
the 55s are the best fork I’ve ever owned… absolutely smitten with them. They’ve coped fine with a year and a half of british mud too.
if you’re going for the coils, be aware that you can’t adjust the travel on them, so if you go for 55s, they might be far too long for your needs.
DavePosted 5 years agokimbersSubscriber
my 44rc3 tis are superb
way better than the foxes they replaced
took me a while to set up right but worth the hassle im really impressed how much extra grip i have in the wet over techy stuff
they do wallow a bit so you have to pedal smooth on the climbs but
and sealing seems to be great, marzocchi seals in general + open bath = best there isPosted 5 years agoHoratioHufnagelMember
I’ve got some and they are great, but i don’t think i’d buy any knowing Marzocchi are now experiencing even more problems.
I don’t think the bushings can be changed when they wear out, they have to swap the lowers? I’m not sure how many spares they have in stock for that kind of thing.Posted 5 years agoEcky-ThumpMember
Can’t comment on how the seals cope in sh*tty UK mud though
I’ve got 2010 model 44RC3ti on a Five.
Absolutely brilliantly fork, far better than Fox and RS that I’ve had, imho.
Best performing fork I’ve had.
Most reliable fork I’ve had.
Most UK winter (grit/slop) proof fork I’ve had.
You won’t find mine in the classifieds any time soon
I’ve also managed to bag a pair of 66RC3ti for a Patriot build. Can’t wait!Posted 5 years ago
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