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  1. #1
    rebelssof@yahoo.com
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    NOS stupmpjumper M2 Question

    I recently picked up a basically NOS Stumpjumper M2 that was in storage for the last eight years or so and has only been used for a ride or two recently and I need help with getting the correct rigid fork, (yes I will be running rigid until I find a donor sid fork as mine is toast). So do I need to get one that is 100mm suspension corrected or is the standard 80mm version good enough.

    Thanks

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    i have the ground control extreme which is about the same age, the forks on that are 100mm, so id guess the stumpy were shorter since the gc was a downhill bike of the period

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    I have a 95 steel frame and the correct corrected height is 413mm , 93 or earlier should be 395mm for the non corrected frames. 94 -96 is definitely 413, I would guess the later ones would be the same. If you can't find a Direct Drive a Surly 1X1 fork for 26" wheels is 413mm.

  4. #4
    rebelssof@yahoo.com
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    Thanks for the help now I can order a rigid fork soon.

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