Marzocchi Super T Pro 2004 Front Shocks

DESCRIPTION

The Junior T and Super T models satisfy the demand for lighter weight long travel suspension that can still handle the big hits. Both models have 7” of stiction-free travel. As with all our 32mm forks, they can accommodate up to a 2.7 tire for 2004. Other improvements include adjustable lower crown, revised drop-outs and reduced weight.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 08, 2012]
Marek
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Not too heavy and very strong

Weakness:

The droputs

It's the best fork I have ever used I haven't been using more then 150mm of travel and 170mm is much better, works very well and I recomend it to any riders

Similar Products Used:

Sontour Duro 130mm

[Jan 03, 2009]
freelanzr
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Sturdy, durable, plush, light for what it is

Weakness:

Design of lowers should be stronger at arch and QR20 clamps

This is a great Freeride/AM fork. Mine has dual HSCV cartridges due to upgrade, which is one of the better damping systems out there. The fork fits Maxxis High Roller 2.7 but could use more clearance. Spring w/ Air P/L works great for making this fork progressive, yet smooth at high speed hits with no spiking.
At the price you can get this fork used, it is a great buy, easily one of the best performing all around forks I have come accross. I use stock springs being 165lbs, but would lik to find titanium replacements for them.

Similar Products Used:

Jr. T, Marz 55 TST2, lots of RS

[May 07, 2008]
Erwin Cuellar
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Good customer service and good drop damping

Weakness:

Leaks like there is no tomorrow!!! Trail ride seem unresponsive, doesn't rebound

I'm actually writing to get some advice. I have riden the Risse Trixxy and don't really mind the ride. However I hate the weight of the thing and the rebound just isn't there. Anyway, does anyone have any suggestions on a new fork that may still give me good drop performance and a good trail ride? I'm not made of money so I was thinking of something second hand no more than a couple hundred bucks. Please email me i would really appreciate it [email protected]

[Jun 24, 2007]
cbc24 ....
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

well i never had it long but the guywho had it before snapped his frame 3 times before the fork broke

Weakness:

its soft ut it probaly needs oil since it was used for 3 yrs then sat for another 2

i like this fork so far, it rides very nice it feels better than buds 66 rc and it is very light . the original owner had a 03 p.2 and snapped his head tube off and i found the fok at a garage sale with the head tube still attached scooped it for a 100$ . needs heavier oil and maybe a rebuild . get one

Similar Products Used:

drop off 4, dj3,dirt jam

[Jun 19, 2007]
michael h
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

stiff, looks awesome, plush, adjustable, tracks good, soaks up everything

Weakness:

maybe QR20 dropouts, but if you aren't careless they wont break (DONT OVERTIGHTEN!)

BUY IT!! its is awesome and way worth it if you can get it for ~$200

Similar Products Used:

spinner ammo (crap)

[Apr 01, 2004]
Brent
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Strong & Stiff, smooth as butter on smaller hits & slow compressions.

Weakness:

I'm on an '03 Super-T and it klunks klunks klunks! I sent it back on Warranty, Marzocchi said nothing was wrong but rebuilt it anyways, still knocked, had it rebuilt again, still knocked. Grrrr! It's a beautiful fork on slow compressions, but as soon as there is a small fast compression, it makes a sick klunking sound and on big drops feels like it's bottoming, but it isn't. Does anyone else have this issue?

I have a love-hate realationship with this fork. The compression spikes and klunking drive me nuts and no one at Marzocchi seems to admit that this is an issue. If someone at least said "they make noise, it's the design" then I'd suck it up and move on ???? I fthis issue went away I'd love the fork!!

Similar Products Used:

DJ II

[Apr 29, 2007]
Grant
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Not to heavy, great damping system. Super smooth!

Weakness:

alittle heavy, but who cares!!!!

Great fork! suppper smooth. It was alittle harder to set up than other forks that I have had. But the end result is wonderful! super plush. Couldnt ask for better. Feels like an 888 but with cash still in my pocket!

Similar Products Used:

Drop off III, Fox 36, Drop Off Triple, 888rcworks

[Jan 23, 2006]
Adam Yule
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Light, Strong, Good for anything you can imagine.

Weakness:

Not as aesthetically pleasing as some of the higher priced marzocchi forks.

These are such great forks. Some people may argue with me but i think that these are every bit as good as the marzocchi 888.The advantage is that they are nearly half the price! They are also a lot lighter. I have evn used these for a spot of dirt jumping. They can also take any height drop you can.
Long Live Marzocchi

Similar Products Used:

888, Drop off dual crown

[Jan 19, 2004]
david
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

stiff, smooth, marzocchi cheaper than dorado and lots of other forks

Weakness:

8lbs. (2 lbs heavier than my x vert carbon), limited mud clearance

marzocchi quality etc. smooth travel solid feeling. not the best race fork but i don't like working on stuff so it fits me pretty well. good overall general dh fork.

Similar Products Used:

boxxer, x vert carbon, dorado, shiver, older super t

[Mar 06, 2007]
Nick Bentzen

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Good weight for what it is. Looks cool. Stiff. Ultra plush.

Weakness:

The axle mounts are terrible, easy to crack if you overtorque them. Be careful and it won't happen. Bottoms easily in stock configuration.

Makes you go really fast.

If you add an air preload cap (20-30 bucks at LBS) to the left leg (replacing the spring preload adjust, but leaving the spring in), then the fork ramps up more and is more adjustable. Its a good compromise, because unlike adding oil, it can be adjusted easily on the trail with an air pump. 10psi for drops and jumps, 0PSI for DH.

Get one if you want a solid FR and DH fork for a low price. Although I'd rather have a 66, the Super T is an excellent fork. Put one of these on your bike, add some air pressure or oil, and it feels amazing. It makes you want to go fast and do stupid things.

Similar Products Used:

2001 Jr. T, 888, Nixon, DJ2

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