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Can u convert 08 marzocchi 80 mm forks to 100mm if so ?

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You can convert to the longer travel fork (assuming that the 100mm fork is new and the steerer tube is as long as the 80mm you have on the bike now). You should be fine with the additional 20mm of travel, but be aware that it will change the geometry of you bike (the front end will sit higher) and it will likely take some getting used. Just take it slow and easy for the 1st few rides until you can be sure you are comfortable with the way the bike handles.

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