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    New question here. Help identify an old Stumpjumper? FSR frame

    Picked up an old (Stumpjumper?) FSR frame that's had the front triangle repainted (poorly) for cheap. Trying to find some info on it to get the right parts (especially the rear shock and spacers) to build it up, without having to dig out the digital caliper (and also just to know what I've got here).

    Looks to be circa 2000, and the rear triangle says Enduro FSR Fully Active 4-Bar Suspension. Serial number PB095290. Is there a standard way to decode this?





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    It looks like a 2000 Enduro FSR. If it has a disc brake mount on the seat-stay it's a 2001, but 2001s had silver seat stays too. I had a 2001 Enduro Expert FSR - a good bike for its time. Look it up on Bikepedia.com.

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    Thanks, that's why I couldn't find it - on Bikepedia it just says Enduro and Enduro Expert - doesn't mention FSR anywhere other than the Stumpjumpers. But that has the right adjustable lower rear shock mount.

    Do you remember what size the shock is, and more importantly, what size the spacers are?

    Also, is the flat spot above the bottom bracket on the "seat tube" supposed to be there? Maybe for clearance of the FD?

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    Flat spot is for FD clearance. No idea about shock or spacer specs.

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    Ok, so no rear disc mount, so must be a 2000. There's a spot to install a screw near the bottom bracket - does this use an e-type front derailleur or maybe a DMD?

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    If it is a 2000 Enduro, then my info reads that the shock that fits that is a 6.5"e-t-e with a travel of 1.5". Travel is adjustable from 3.8" to 4.6", lever ratio varies from 3.1:1 to 2.5:1. The width of the shock mount at the frame should be 1.2" and the one at the link should be 1.575"..... subtract the width of the eyelet (~1/2") and you can calculate the spacer / top-hat size you need.

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