• 01-01-2017
    Sherf
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    Been working on this. Bought it from a girl who didn't use it much at all. Seemed all good until I realized the seat post was frozen. The paint get pretty beat up from trying to get that bad boy out. Well, I finally did....I am liking the bike.


    045 by jonshonda187, on Flickr


    045-1 by jonshonda187, on Flickr


    030 by jonshonda187, on Flickr


    030-1 by jonshonda187, on Flickr

    Had the exact same bike way back when, loved that bike. Unfortunately it got wadded up by a car.
  • 01-01-2017
    dubya3
    I picked up a sweet 1988 Stumpjumper locally and was able to finish my 91 Stumpjumper S Works build with a few parts off the 88.

    Took the XT M732 thumbies, XT M735 front mech and the S Works branded DT Swiss/Hugi hubs on Mavic 517 wheelset from the 88 and put them on my s works.

    Then I made the 88 into a 1x10 with a new SLX drivetrain, new R780 brake levers and the original XT cabti/U brakes.



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  • 02-06-2017
    nowhereyonder
    1 Attachment(s)
    I was looking for a cheap dirt road touring bike, which I pieced together from a local bike co-op. 1990 Rockhopper, mix of the original 400lx, lx, xt and Suntour.

    Attachment 1120067
  • 04-08-2017
    MacA488
    My 1995 Stumpjumper M2 that I purchased new in January of 1996....

    1995SpecializedStumpjumperM2-2 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr

    1995SpecializedStumpjumperM2-3 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr

    1995SpecializedStumpjumperM2-6 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr
  • 04-15-2017
    dubya3
    1985 Stumpjumper Team
    1992 Stumpjumper S Works
    1994 Stumpjumper S Works (modern Sram XO group & Hed wheels)

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  • 05-05-2017
    Raymo853
    What I think is a 1993 Stumpjumper M2. All original except for the front wheel. It is all in good shape inside and out: bottom bracket looks good, stem came out fine, headset bearings good, .....

    I got it for $50 to use as a leave at work in the outside bike rack. I am now thinking it is too cool and rare for that.

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  • 05-05-2017
    colker1
    My brother had the exact same bike. It was never rare. Good bike .. though i never warmed up to that paint scheme.
  • 05-05-2017
    clang
    Might as well add this pic to this thread. It's a Rockhopper marked as March 1986 production I recently picked up for my kid going off to college in the Fall. All original except the tires. Still had the reflectors on it. The original seat is shot, will be replacing it soon:

  • 05-05-2017
    Raymo853
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    My brother had the exact same bike. It was never rare. Good bike .. though i never warmed up to that paint scheme.

    It was not rare new, but since the early M2 broke at a high rate, they are rare now. Regardless, I am just got to use it as I orginally planned, am sick and tired of driving 2 miles to get lunch M-F.

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  • 05-05-2017
    girlonbike
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by clang View Post
    Might as well add this pic to this thread. It's a Rockhopper marked as March 1986 production I recently picked up for my kid going off to college in the Fall. All original except the tires. Still had the reflectors on it. The original seat is shot, will be replacing it soon:


    nice. I believe the bars, grips, pedals and maybe freewheel were also different as well, fwiw.
  • 05-06-2017
    nailtrail
    1 Attachment(s)
    '94 S-Works with an LX group