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    Stumpjumper FSR pro Noob question

    Hi all. I just picked up a stumpjumper FSR xc pro. It's been ten years since i've been into bikes so i forgot everything...
    How do I know what year it is? Is there a way to tell? Also, is it possible to swap all the components to a same year identical, yet larger frame?

    Thanks!

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    please...

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    Maybe a picture of the bike would help. You can also look through the archives on the Specialized website (back to 2002) and try to find your bike.
    :wq

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakdady
    Hi all. I just picked up a stumpjumper FSR xc pro. It's been ten years since i've been into bikes so i forgot everything...
    How do I know what year it is? Is there a way to tell? Also, is it possible to swap all the components to a same year identical, yet larger frame?

    Thanks!
    The only component you might not be able to swap would be the fork if the steerer is cut too short, everything else will fit fine.

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    thanks for the help! here are some pics of the bike



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    this frame is 15.5", there happens to be a 19" frame on ebay.... yellow too.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Specialized-Stum...QQcmdZViewItem

    can it be done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakdady
    thanks for the help! here are some pics of the bike
    Looks like a '98 or '99, a little older but still a solid bike, they had a pretty steep head angle. I don't think you can get the rear disc brake adapter anymore for those so it'll be rim brake only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon
    The only component you might not be able to swap would be the fork if the steerer is cut too short, everything else will fit fine.
    Are the seatposts still 30.9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fsrxc
    Are the seatposts still 30.9?
    As far as I know. My '96 was 30.9, my '99 was 30.9 and my '02 is 30.9.

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    My 00, 01 and 04 are all still 30.9. I have swapped frame parts (rear triangle) between the 00 Stumpy and 01 Stumpy which where a small and a large. They are the same.

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