2 Stroke Husqvarna Motorcycles Made In Italy - About 1989 to 2014
Discussion in '2 Stroke' started by mr_manny, Nov 20, 2021.
Noticed a thrashed rebound screw on my shiver fork.
Anyone ever replace one of these?
Not listed as a rebuildable part. Fork cap not manufactured anymore. You might find a cap assembly on Ebay eventually.
As above. Anything Marzocchi is nearly unobtanium anymore. I've purchased whole forks just to get parts.
May have to live with it.
Thanks for the replies.
I did receive a few links to a couple of European sites that carry it...it's close to $100US.
Will continue going through my wr250 first...see what else needs attention.
Just buy a New set.
I offer him $199+ ship, that's what I paid for a set
Should bolt right up, here they are my 430ae using a set of '93 triples, modern hub, axle
Then you will have extra parts from your old set, if needed down the road
I'm just getting back into riding...reason for picking up a project wr250.
If I love it:
Sell it, and pickup something newer.
Keep it, and address remaining issues.
Will cross that bridge when I get there
Seen this today on Ebay
Thanks husky jim.
I actually scored a cap from flyingbob here on cafehusky.
Appreciate the community we have here.
Replacement Cap arrived
Thanks again flyingbob
I wish I noticed this thread when it was opened.
Anyhow, I did replace those screws in my Shiver fork years ago.
I found them in a suspensions shop; I don't know whether they could be still found nowadays.
The screw is sealed by an oring:
And from the side there is a ball which holds it in position. The ball has some preload from a spring, compressed by a set screw. When we adjust the rebound we hear clicks because as the yellow (brass?) screw is rotated, the ball retracts and then enters the next groove: in that moment it clicks.
Good Info Theo
Thanks for sharing...cheers