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YB 6-8 Marzocchi rear shock service manual

 
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:19 am    Post subject: YB 6-8 Marzocchi rear shock service manual Reply with quote

Hi Peeps, anyone have a service manual for the Marzocchi rear YB4-8 rear shock? or similar?

I've got a couple with leaking shafts, and would like to overhaul them. I've got the re-gassing gear etc, but would benefit from a little technical heads up prior to tearing them down. Cheers,
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did the YB6-8 service manual mention gas pressure in bar or psi for the gold bodied Marzocchi rear shock?

I now the YB11 paioli rear 8-12 bar as it is written on the reservoir. lol.

The Paioli YB11 shock I have has a very loose rebound adjuster knob, and no clicks it just rotates in a linear fashion.

I'm wondering if the YB11 rebound adjuster is meant to click?

Edit: I've found the pressure required for the YB-6-8 rear shock.
It requires 7-9 bar... Cool!
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