I recently picked up an old Rockhopper FS frame that I am thinking would make a good base for my first hardtail (my other bike is a fully rigid). The problem is I'll need a new fork but have no idea how much travel the original fork had.
I was hoping to look up the bike on bikepedia.com, and get the specs for the original fork, but I am having trouble pinpointing the exact year. Even if I knew the year, it seems like just knowing the name of the fork alone is often not enough to figure out the travel. Do you guys have any suggestions/advice?
Here's the picture of the frame in question (ignore the rusty parts, it's a nice, light steel frame ):
A list of the some of the writing on the decals I see:
Specialized Rockhopper FS
Chromoly, Custom butted
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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