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    Where do you get rebuild kits for the Stradas? I have a pair of clevis base units I'd love to put back on the road but they need love.
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    here is the service manual for them:

    http://www.marzocchi.co.uk/documents...A%20MANUAL.pdf


    and here is the only place I know to get rebuild kits:

    http://www.marzocchi.co.uk/moto/850193-C.html

    I believe that marzocchi in the US is handled by Storz, the guy who builds the harley flat trackers. Doesn't list it on his site but maybe if you contacted him with a part number?
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    here is the service manual for them:

    http://www.marzocchi.co.uk/documents...A%20MANUAL.pdf


    and here is the only place I know to get rebuild kits:

    http://www.marzocchi.co.uk/moto/850193-C.html

    I believe that marzocchi in the US is handled by Storz, the guy who builds the harley flat trackers. Doesn't list it on his site but maybe if you contacted him with a part number?
    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
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    and here is an american dealer that 5 min in google found:

    http://ducati-gowanloch.com/catalog/...id=rbogpnenabq
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    and here is an american dealer that 5 min in google found:

    http://ducati-gowanloch.com/catalog/...id=rbogpnenabq
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    Back when the RD was new, the club racers with money would use the Marzocchis, they were exotic. The guys with less money would run S&W. The rest of us poor racers would run Boge Mulholland. I think they were all rebuildable.

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    Back when the RD was new, the club racers with money would use the Marzocchis, they were exotic. The guys with less money would run S&W. The rest of us poor racers would run Boge Mulholland. I think they were all rebuildable.

    Ken
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    Haha...I have a couple pair of the Mulhollands that need rebuilt too...
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    Haha...I have a couple pair of the Mulhollands that need rebuilt too...
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    I have about 5 or 6 sets of cb750 Boge mullhollands. Ol' Blue came with them when I bought her and over a decade later they are still going strong. Who knows how long they have been on that bike. They are an excellent shock that when you know what you are looking at you can usually find for $40 or less in good shape on ebay.

    However, there are no rebuild kits for them as far as I know. at least not anymore.

    I have heard of guys taking the disassembled shock to NAPA or industrial supply houses and matching up the o-ring seals (that's all they are, nothing exotic) with some success. Me? I just kitbash the best components of the sets I have if I need one. For the most part I have yet to disassemble one with a bad seal, so I am lucky.

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