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    Did you part out the bike only to rebuy everything that you sold because of the engraving or you just wanted NOS parts on it?

    So funny that you're going to put together a bike that doesn't handle well or climb well for your wife. Is this your method of keeping her away from your hobby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post

    So funny that you're going to put together a bike that doesn't handle well or climb well for your wife. Is this your method of keeping her away from your hobby?
    Ouch!

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    I didn't mean it to be rude but CS2 is a regular so I thought it was funny.

    It's an interesting thought though, right? How do beginners who mostly get entry level (and sometimes ill fitting) bikes, get over the hurdle to actually figure out that they enjoy mountain biking? That thread on worst climbing bikes had me reminiscing about my first real mountain bike (a DB Ascent) that I hated which kept me off a mountain bike on a regular basis for almost a good 10 years. I kept thinking about how maybe if I had gotten a Salsa instead (impossible but one can dream about these kinds of scenarios), I could have been hooked way earlier. Especially since I lived in a bunch of areas that were great mtb riding spots.

    Anyhow, that's what I was thinking....no offense to CS2 and I'm not insinuating that she's a beginner at all but I got sidetracked. Sorry!

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    1993 Hardrock Ultra

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    I didn't mean it to be rude but CS2 is a regular so I thought it was funny.

    It's an interesting thought though, right? How do beginners who mostly get entry level (and sometimes ill fitting) bikes, get over the hurdle to actually figure out that they enjoy mountain biking? That thread on worst climbing bikes had me reminiscing about my first real mountain bike (a DB Ascent) that I hated which kept me off a mountain bike on a regular basis for almost a good 10 years. I kept thinking about how maybe if I had gotten a Salsa instead (impossible but one can dream about these kinds of scenarios), I could have been hooked way earlier. Especially since I lived in a bunch of areas that were great mtb riding spots.

    Anyhow, that's what I was thinking....no offense to CS2 and I'm not insinuating that she's a beginner at all but I got sidetracked. Sorry!
    My first mtb was an 84 Raleigh Elkhorn that handled fairly poorly, but I still loved it and rode it tons. It covered so much ground compared to my BMX bike. I don't know if there's a bad enough bike to keep me from hitting the trails.

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    It's true, you're more of a man than me. I'm just going to have to concede that point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman90 View Post
    Upgraded 1993 Hardrock Ultra...
    Slicks on a mountain bike = downgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    It's true, you're more of a man than me. I'm just going to have to concede that point.
    Well then maybe that didn't come out right. I was trying to imagine a really bad bike and if it would keep me off the trails... and I think I could have fun blitzing down trails on most any bike. That said, I'm also an admitted bike snob (when it comes to the old stuff).

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    My '94 Stumpjumper M2
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Did you part out the bike only to rebuy everything that you sold because of the engraving or you just wanted NOS parts on it?
    Actually, I would have taken nice used parts If I could find them. I just got a deal on a box of 10 derailleurs and the Mountech just happened to be NOS. I probably won't get so lucky on the shifters and other small parts.

    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    So funny that you're going to put together a bike that doesn't handle well or climb well for your wife. Is this your method of keeping her away from your hobby?
    No, that's my way of telling her I'm not spending the money on me but her. So far it isn't working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    I didn't mean it to be rude but CS2 is a regular so I thought it was funny.
    So did I, think it's funny that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Slicks on a mountain bike = downgrade.
    Maybe but there are those of us that actually like to ride their VRC bikes on the road and trails.

    Not a great picture but this is my main bike. It's a much better road bike than my old Rockhopper with Specialized Nimbus tires. But I still have more fun riding the Rockhopper.



    I know that crank wasn't stock on a Hardrock. Is it a triple converted to a compact? How about posting some of the details.

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    1993 Hardrock Ultra changes
    Crank Deore II FC-MT60
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    Chainring Salsa 34 Vuelta 46 removed Biopace small chainring
    Rear Derailer Deore LX RD-M550
    Front Derailer Deore II FD-M62
    Brake Levers Deore II BL-MT63
    Cantilever Deore DX
    Shifters Deore II thumbshifters
    Specialized aluminum bar and stem
    Profile bar ends
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    On bike:
    STX hubs and Araya TM-18 rims
    WTB Slickasauras
    Not on Bike:
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    Richey Megabite tires
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman90 View Post
    1993 Hardrock Ultra changes
    Crank Deore II FC-MT60
    BB UN73
    Chainring Salsa 34 Vuelta 46
    Rear Derailer Deore LX RD-M550
    Front Derailer Deore II FD-M62
    Brake Levers Deore II BL-MT63
    Cantilever Deore DX
    Shifters Deore II thumbshifters
    Specialized aluminum bar and stem
    Profile bar ends
    Selle Italia Turbo seat
    On bike:
    STX hubs and Araya TM-18 rims
    WTB Slickasauras
    Not on Bike:
    Hubs Deore II FH-MT62 HB-MT60
    Rims Araya RM-20
    Richey Megabite tires
    I've got the majority of those parts in my parts box right now. Including a 90's vintage Hardrock. Now you've got me thinking.
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    CS2,
    I don't have enough posts to send a PM to you.
    I edited my second post for your answer.
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    My 2 resurrected FSRs 94 and 95. I've posted them before but this seems like a good place for another run.
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    1988 Stumpjumper

    A pink and green (magenta and teal) 1988 stumpjumper
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    Here's my '83. Its a good neighborhood cruiser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDAAND View Post
    A pink and green (magenta and teal) 1988 stumpjumper
    Nice bike, now I know why Specialized put the lightning bolt graphic on the decals. It covers up the 2 tone paint.

    Are you sure it's an 88? I thought all 86 - 88's had a U-Brake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dstruct View Post
    Here's my '83. Its a good neighborhood cruiser.
    Can you get me a picture without the glare? I need a new background picture. Seriously, that is a nice bike.
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    You're right

    Not my bike originally, in fact just picked up off craigslist. Looking at the specialized list: http://mombat.org/Specialized_Specs.htm I failed to see that magenta & green was offered for 2 years. This bike must be from 1989 when they had canti brakes. Thanks for pointing that out, N

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDAAND View Post
    Not my bike originally, in fact just picked up off craigslist. Looking at the specialized list: http://mombat.org/Specialized_Specs.htm I failed to see that magenta & green was offered for 2 years. This bike must be from 1989 when they had canti brakes. Thanks for pointing that out, N
    I remember passing on an 88 left over for a new 89 when I bought my Rockhopper Comp. I paid a little more because I didn't want the U-Brake.
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    Here is my current build. 1990 rockhopper with fresh powdercoat
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    '90 Stumpy

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    Quote Originally Posted by klasse View Post
    thread deleted from VRC but can be seen here: 1990 Stumpjumper | Retrobike
    Saw the thread, why was it deleted? I had a '90 for about a year before I gave it away to charity. Wished I hadn't. Took it to Utah for a few days to ride their for Halloween in 2002 after I broke my leg.

    These rode nice, for sure!
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post
    Saw the thread, why was it deleted?
    Making a post with a bike and getting people stoked on it...then and low and behold...its for sale! Doesn't fly here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Making a post with a bike and getting people stoked on it...then and low and behold...its for sale! Doesn't fly here.
    Thank you, Rumpfy for the clarification. Totally understandable, btw,.
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Making a post with a bike and getting people stoked on it...then and low and behold...its for sale! Doesn't fly here.
    It was not advertised for sale here - but anyway it's no big deal. I'm not trying to get anyone stoked on anything, that's your thinking rather than my intention. good day

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    It's only a bike boys, No Big Deal! sheez

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    Quote Originally Posted by klasse View Post
    It was not advertised for sale here - but anyway it's no big deal. I'm not trying to get anyone stoked on anything, that's your thinking rather than my intention. good day

    No, if you'd come right out and said it was for sale, it would have been pulled faster than it did (unless you bought a classified ad). We call it fishing....where you feign pride in your bike, but really its just for sale.
    Not that it matters now, auction is over. You did get a decent number for it though. Not too far off from original retail.

    At any rate, just explaining to UJ why your posts were pulled. I know its just bikes and just a bike forum...but somethings are just kinda discouraged. Nothing personal against you I don't think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    No, if you'd come right out and said it was for sale, it would have been pulled faster than it did (unless you bought a classified ad). We call it fishing....where you feign pride in your bike, but really its just for sale.
    Not that it matters now, auction is over. You did get a decent number for it though. Not too far off from original retail.

    At any rate, just explaining to UJ why your posts were pulled. I know its just bikes and just a bike forum...but somethings are just kinda discouraged. Nothing personal against you I don't think.
    No feigning or fronting and you can call it what you want - it's your own perception. Interesting that you can't appreciate a bike for what it is w/out regard to $$$$

    The dollars and cents are so insignificant.

    Anyway, the bike is posted on Retrobike if anyone wants to peek at it. Later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Nothing personal against you I don't think.
    Given your disparaging remark on reteobike regarding the posting of the Stumpy it would appear to this causal observer to be personal............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Smedley View Post
    Given your disparaging remark on reteobike regarding the posting of the Stumpy it would appear to this causal observer to be personal............
    link please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klasse View Post
    No feigning or fronting and you can call it what you want - it's your own perception. Interesting that you can't appreciate a bike for what it is w/out regard to $$$$

    The dollars and cents are so insignificant.
    Might just be me, but I have a harder time appreciating a bike that gets posted at the same time its being sold. Its not a money thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Smedley View Post
    Given your disparaging remark on reteobike regarding the posting of the Stumpy it would appear to this causal observer to be personal............
    I'd hardly call that disparaging. Everyone is giving props to the guy over a bike that isn't even his anymore. I just find that kinda weird and figured other posters should know.
    When he first posted it here, I was excited to see the bike and gave it the thumbs up.
    Still a cool bike, hope the next owner enjoys it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Might just be me, but I have a harder time appreciating a bike that gets posted at the same time its being sold. Its not a money thing.

    I'd hardly call that disparaging. Everyone is giving props to the guy over a bike that isn't even his anymore. I just find that kinda weird and figured other posters should know.
    When he first posted it here, I was excited to see the bike and gave it the thumbs up.
    Still a cool bike, hope the next owner enjoys it.
    Why do you have a hard time appreciating a bicycle that's being sold? Weird.

    Nobody is giving props to me, everybody (except for you) is talking about the bicycle and giving props to the bicycle. Your statement that I 'don't even own the bike anymore" was false at the time you wrote it because the bike had not been paid for yet. It's also irrelevant because nobody cares who owns it - they're just checking out the bike.

    There's no conspiracy or hidden motives and nobody got hurt.

    You are tripping on air, period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post
    Saw the thread, why was it deleted? I had a '90 for about a year before I gave it away to charity. Wished I hadn't. Took it to Utah for a few days to ride their for Halloween in 2002 after I broke my leg.

    These rode nice, for sure!
    No idea why they deleted it, apparently they believed I was plotting a bike conspiracy

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    '88 Specialized

    This is gonna get bumped to the singlespeed forum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ff2000 View Post
    This is gonna get bumped to the singlespeed forum...
    not really. looks good to me. I like the paint.

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    '86 Stumpie Sport

    Here's another pic I found today of my '86 Stumpie Sport. Location just south of Whistler last summer. Trialsin' onto and off the entrances to the bridge was a blast, U-brake kicked butt and held solid.
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    This is Specialized Hardrock. I'm pretty sure it's a 95 but is this right? I bought this in 2009 and have been riding it all the time since. last year i bought a new full suspension bike for the trails though, so the hardrock stays on pavement now. I ride it at least 3-4 times a week and about 16miles per ride. Love this thing.

    The cranks were recalled back in 97' and they recently failed on me...i called shimano and they sent out a bunch of new parts (whole new drivetrain, minus rear deralier and cassette) and paid for the labor at my LBS. All i ended up doing was replacing the rear cassette b/c the new chain was slipping. This thing runs better than ever!

    The one thing that i would like to do is add wider bars...any sugestions on this? I know i need to stick with a 25.4mm bar so to use the stock bar clamp.





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    My 2 S works

    My 1982 Stumpjumper Sport (#M2G29393) which was made in 1982 according to the serial #, but is it a 1983 model? Also, ordered Stumpjumper decals from Velocals last week, I have not seen them or heard from them although I emailed them, is this common for them...has anyone had experience with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpjumpy View Post
    '95 StumpJumper FS

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    Just picked up what i believe is a HardRock Cruz 1990?
    It rides true but the rear cassette and crank are a bit rusted, still shifts fairly well...

    Frame: 20"
    Wheel size: 26"
    Hubs: front & rear Joytec QuickRelease
    Rear derailleur: Suntour XC

    Thought i could fix it up a bit, but apparently suntour doesn't make replacement parts anymore...

    since its my first bike in a while I don't want to spend a whole lot fixing up, but is there anything i can do?

    Thanks!

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    I have 2 Stumpy's trying to figure out the path to go with them...

    1990 Stumpy Comp - all original, next to new
    1995 Stumpy M2 Fully Rigid - running as a single speed right now, traded the drivetrain for ski stuff.

    I'd like to upgraded the M2 to a trail bike for riding with my 7yr old.

    Any suggestions on what upgrades and with what priority?

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    Quote Originally Posted by axehandle44 View Post

    I'd like to upgraded the M2 to a trail bike for riding with my 7yr old.

    Any suggestions on what upgrades and with what priority?
    I took my '95 M2 out on the trail the other day and was pleasantly surprised at just how competent it still is. The bikes are light and stiff and the geo is quick. Still lots of fun!

    Compared to a modern bike, though, the frame is way too stiff/jarring with zero shock/vibration absorption - beats you up pretty quickly. Also the cockpit is too stretched-out w/ low narrow bars. Puts a lot of weight on your hands/wrists and over the front end of the bike - great for climbing/sprinting, bad for fast descents and repeatedly popping over obstacles.

    First, I would replace anything that looks like it might fail and leave you stranded in the woods. Basically anything rubber/plastic . . .
    My OE X-Ray shifters were recently replaced because the plastic housings were all cracked to hell (as they are all prone to do) and shifts were getting murky. Of course, fresh tires/tubes are a must. My bike's brake pads are dried-out/old/hard/noisy and need to be replaced/upgraded.

    I recently went with a gel saddle, OSI silicone grips and a carbon riser bar for some comfort/relief and more upright riding position. Although I hate the look of riser bars, much better control and comfort. A carbon seatpost would be a nice comfort addition - that will be my next mod.

    In terms of performance, some direct-pull canti "V" brakes and a decent 60-70mm suspension fork (if you can find one) help a whole helluva lot.
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    I have a mid 90's Stumpjumper that I haven't rode for a long while. Browsing this thread made me reminisce about how much fun I had on that bike. I joined this forum recently to get feedback on buying a new bike, but I think now I'm going to try and rebuild it. Now I just have to source some old parts (7 speed cassette, shifters, etc).

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    Nice job, Vintage.......not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H. View Post
    Here's an '86 Rockhopper I picked up last year:

    And I couldn't resist picking up this Hardrock for a quick flip. It may not have been particularly vintage or collectible, but there could be no mistaking its "Big Red S" heritage. The guy who bought it couldn't have been happier.
    Sweet sweet Rockhopper

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    '90 Stumpjumper

    nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    nice.
    Beautiful. Are they Koolstop pads? I'm looking for some decent canti-pads but haven't found koolstops in Australia (could get from US ebay, but shipping is about the same as the pads)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oorrab View Post
    Beautiful. Are they Koolstop pads? I'm looking for some decent canti-pads but haven't found koolstops in Australia (could get from US ebay, but shipping is about the same as the pads)

    Thanks. Yes, they are Koolstop Eagles. They're a bit expensive here - $12 CAN per pair - but I think well worth it.

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    Thought I'd drop in some pics of my 1987 Stumpjumper Comp with lugged frame. Now set up for urban riding. Save for the seat, grips, pedals and tires, all original. Got this new in '87 after my '86 Stumpjumper was stolen in a home burglary.

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    '90 Rockhopper

    Owned from new and modified over the years - frame, fork and seatpost original most other bits from the '90s.



    More details of the rebuild here (down the page);
    http://http://forums.mtbr.com/vintag...-654630-5.html

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    Nice!

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    That's a nice '87

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archangel View Post
    1991 Epic Ultimate with SunTour XC Pro



    Never had one before but always lusted after one with naked Ti lugs.

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    Mendon has one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    Mendon has one...
    Hmmm ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCMDoc View Post
    Hmmm ...

    I guess the question is now - how much can I get for my kidneys and is it enough to buy it that frame ...
    Don't look at Mendon's bike unless you are ready to buy it.. you will suffer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    Don't look at Mendon's bike unless you are ready to buy it.. you will suffer.
    I've been with my wife for 31 years. She knows "suffer".
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    Absolutely beautiful, TGK50! I can't find a link to a 1986 catalog, but your '87 looks so similar to my '86 Stumpy Sport. I wonder what changes were made between the respective models. I used to have both an '88 and a '89 Stumpy Comp. Loved them both LOTS, Internal14 bought the '89 off of me in 1991, and the '88 I had stolen.
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    84 Stumpjumper Sport
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    Nice! I had one for about five, maybe six months. Was way to big for me, but a friend gave it away so I took it. I'm only just under six feet tall; riding down road 78a near Rumsey, California once I could barely get the bike to lean over since I was so small. Took every effort to get it to turn w/o flying off the road due to high center of gravity.
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    here is what i have been told is an old specialized. s/n is GP 865951
    note the Ubrake on the chainstays......

    some friends and i had just got into mountainbiking about 1996 or so

    i had[still have] a Raleigh MT-300

    my buddy bought a sweet stumpjumper and we were riding every chance we got, however his girlfriend[soon to be wife] did not share his enthusiasm for the sport.
    he was a specialized nut though, and when a neighborhood kid rolled this beat up frame into his garage with a bent fork and running as singlespeed, he traded him out of it.

    a while later, he had aquired a takeoff fork from a giant somebody put a shock on, and painted it and the frame this charcoal black, but let it hang in his garage and never did anything with it, letting get beat up again .

    fast forward to about 6 months later, he had got ahold of a 4 wheeler and wanted 4 tires for it but the now wifey wouldnt let him buy anything. So, for the price of 4 tires for an atv, i got a PARK PRS-5 stand and the frame & fork, plus XT front & rear deraileurs and bottom bracket, a stx crankset and some shimano M525 clipless pedals.

    i waited till i found a decent [for me] wheelset with LX hubs and 8 speed compatible, and swapped all the 7 speed stuff from my Raleigh to this frame, used my stx rapidfires and stx rear deraileur [the front XT was a bottom pull, so i had to keep it with this frame]
    the bottom bracket ended up wrong, so the lbs traded me a set of modern[at the time] cantis and a correct BB some other stuff for the high end BB that didnt fit.

    put the sprung seat on so my dad would ride it, he did for a bit but didnt keep it up.

    put the XT rear on my Raleigh along with XT rapidfires and the 8 speed wheelset and never looked back.......

    this thread got me thinkin so i pulled it out of the corner and snapped a dirty pic.
    i have the original sugino VP2 crankset, and the original cantis off the specialized fork, but the oem fork is long gone

    hope i didnt post in the wrong section.......

    doug hunt
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    Quote Originally Posted by stingray230sx View Post
    here is what i have been told is an old specialized. s/n is GP 865951
    note the Ubrake on the chainstays......

    some friends and i had just got into mountainbiking about 1996 or so

    i had[still have] a Raleigh MT-300

    my buddy bought a sweet stumpjumper and we were riding every chance we got, however his girlfriend[soon to be wife] did not share his enthusiasm for the sport.
    he was a specialized nut though, and when a neighborhood kid rolled this beat up frame into his garage with a bent fork and running as singlespeed, he traded him out of it.

    a while later, he had aquired a takeoff fork from a giant somebody put a shock on, and painted it and the frame this charcoal black, but let it hang in his garage and never did anything with it, letting get beat up again .

    fast forward to about 6 months later, he had got ahold of a 4 wheeler and wanted 4 tires for it but the now wifey wouldnt let him buy anything. So, for the price of 4 tires for an atv, i got a PARK PRS-5 stand and the frame & fork, plus XT front & rear deraileurs and bottom bracket, a stx crankset and some shimano M525 clipless pedals.

    i waited till i found a decent [for me] wheelset with LX hubs and 8 speed compatible, and swapped all the 7 speed stuff from my Raleigh to this frame, used my stx rapidfires and stx rear deraileur [the front XT was a bottom pull, so i had to keep it with this frame]
    the bottom bracket ended up wrong, so the lbs traded me a set of modern[at the time] cantis and a correct BB some other stuff for the high end BB that didnt fit.

    put the sprung seat on so my dad would ride it, he did for a bit but didnt keep it up.

    put the XT rear on my Raleigh along with XT rapidfires and the 8 speed wheelset and never looked back.......

    this thread got me thinkin so i pulled it out of the corner and snapped a dirty pic.
    i have the original sugino VP2 crankset, and the original cantis off the specialized fork, but the oem fork is long gone

    hope i didnt post in the wrong section.......

    doug hunt
    No, don't think you posted in the wrong section if it's actually a Special Ed. I'm pretty sure this is a '87 or '88 Hardrock. Said it had Sugino cranks, well I'd love to see the front canti's, that might confirm it.

    Good bikes, obviously!
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post
    No, don't think you posted in the wrong section if it's actually a Special Ed. I'm pretty sure this is a '87 or '88 Hardrock. Said it had Sugino cranks, well I'd love to see the front canti's, that might confirm it.

    Good bikes, obviously!

    here is a pic of the original parts from the old box of spares, looks like i am missing one race for the bottom bracket, headset is all there, original stem [i think] and the crankset and the cantis[diacomp], oh and the broken rear deraileur[deore LX, snapped off at the mounting bolt]

    i thought the u brake on the chainstays meant it was older???

    edit: looks like headset "is" missing a couple of pieces

    doug hunt
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    The only parts that look original there are the stem and the cranks. The canti's look to be off of maybe a Trek 510 or 520 touring bike from '85-'86, the Deore LX didn't come out until 1989/90, so it's not original either.

    Yes, bikes before 87 had U-brakes, but in Specialized land they were lugged frames. Yours is TIG welded, making it an '87 or '88. By '89 they had gone back to all canti's.

    I'm thinking more and more this is a Hardrock. Any idea what the original paint is? That would be the final say most likely.


    Quote Originally Posted by stingray230sx View Post
    here is a pic of the original parts from the old box of spares, looks like i am missing one race for the bottom bracket, headset is all there, original stem [i think] and the crankset and the cantis[diacomp], oh and the broken rear deraileur[deore LX, snapped off at the mounting bolt]

    i thought the u brake on the chainstays meant it was older???

    edit: looks like headset "is" missing a couple of pieces

    doug hunt
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post

    I'm thinking more and more this is a Hardrock. Any idea what the original paint is? That would be the final say most likely.
    The original color was red

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post
    I'm thinking more and more this is a Hardrock. Any idea what the original paint is? That would be the final say most likely.
    I didn't realize that the Hardrock went back that far. There were U-brake Rockhoppers with TIG welded frames.
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    I love the "sleuthing" going on here.

    Very cool!
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    Thought I'd take the old girl ( '82 stumpy) for a ride to the post office this morning......rode about 100 yards and lost tension in the rear derailleur. Walked back to my garage, torn down the offending derailleur, and found the tab on the return/coil spring gone. Geez.....can't we make something last more than 30 yrs.....:D
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    Definitely a Hardrock. Here's a link to a '88. 1988 Specialized Hardrock SS | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Sure was a good, decent off-road bike for cheap. I just picked up a Kona today in fact. Here it is:


    Quote Originally Posted by stingray230sx View Post
    The original color was red

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    Absolutely, as you said the RH came U-brake equipped starting in '87 and '88, then back to the seatstays in 1989. Hardrock came out in 1987. So did the StreetStomper.

    Only reason I am 100 percent convinced are the Sugino cranks and U-brake. Those were on the Hardrock, never on the RH.

    Quote Originally Posted by CS2 View Post
    I didn't realize that the Hardrock went back that far. There were U-brake Rockhoppers with TIG welded frames.
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post
    Absolutely, as you said the RH came U-brake equipped starting in '87 and '88, then back to the seatstays in 1989. Hardrock came out in 1987. So did the StreetStomper.

    Only reason I am 100 percent convinced are the Sugino cranks and U-brake. Those were on the Hardrock, never on the RH.
    Thanks for the info. I bought my first real MTB in 1989 and still have it today. It was a RH Comp. I know everything I saw in the show room had cantilevers on both ends. It's nice to see so many old warriors still out there.
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    Lucky bum, you still have it!!! I got my first Special Ed StreetStomper in March '87, broke the dropouts by August. Returned from Oregon next spring to get the blue version, and had broken it by September '88. Specialized was great, they sold me a '88 RH Comp at half-price. I broke that in late May or early June 1989, and once again Specialized sold me a Stumpjumper Comp (all white version) for half-price again. On top of that I had just purchased a Stumpy Team. Sold the Comp to Internal14 in I think '91.

    Was your RH Comp the blue/white version or all black with purple luminescence? I loved building those at the shop in '89.

    I prefer the look of U-brakes vs. canti's, but everyone knows what a pain in the butt they can be sometimes.

    Quote Originally Posted by CS2 View Post
    Thanks for the info. I bought my first real MTB in 1989 and still have it today. It was a RH Comp. I know everything I saw in the show room had cantilevers on both ends. It's nice to see so many old warriors still out there.
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CS2 View Post
    . It's nice to see so many old warriors still out there.
    Thanks, its really a sweet bike,
    If i have a date that wants to "do something different"
    i just dust it off and lube the chain and we go for a ride,
    its small enough for the "date" to ride easily and it rides really nice
    Everything i have is that shimano compact stuff and i can wrench
    on it so they stay in good tune pretty much without a hassle

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    Took my '94 M2 S-works out for a spin. All smiles now that I've replaced the stock Specialized Carbon FSX forks with RockShox Mag Ti. Couldn't get them to work correctly

    Last edited by kb11; 03-07-2015 at 11:19 AM.
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    <img src="http://ns10.reliablehosting.com/~kb11/94m2.jpg">[/QUOTE]

    Have you tried the long travel kit for the mag 21s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post

    Have you tried the long travel kit for the mag 21s?
    The RockShox Ti's work great as is. My FSX forks were sticking and generally being a PITA
    "I think it is heavy and often stupid and doesn't work as well as Shimano, but I keep using it. -- NG

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb11 View Post
    The RockShox Ti's work great as is. My FSX forks were sticking and generally being a PITA
    I want to score one of those.. i know i am not thinking straight but i will take off my rigid fork off my wicked and stick a mag21 there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    I want to score one of those.. i know i am not thinking straight but i will take off my rigid fork off my wicked and stick a mag21 there.
    Blasphemy!

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    1987 Stumpjumper Comp

    here's mine with a custom biplane fork with drop bars
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    Quote Originally Posted by senor_mikey View Post
    here's mine with a custom biplane fork with drop bars
    Very nice, I'm blown away by all the early bikes still out there.
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    Geometry was changed in '87

    Quote Originally Posted by unicrown junkie View Post
    Absolutely beautiful, TGK50! I can't find a link to a 1986 catalog, but your '87 looks so similar to my '86 Stumpy Sport. I wonder what changes were made between the respective models. I used to have both an '88 and a '89 Stumpy Comp. Loved them both LOTS, Internal14 bought the '89 off of me in 1991, and the '88 I had stolen.
    My '87 Comp has 70/73 angles and 430mm stays. I believe the 83-86 had slacker angles and longer chainstays. I was also happy to see the vertical dropouts too. I had an '89 that had similar geometry but with short horizontal dropouts.

    mike

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    The one I stuck with...

    Oooh, I can post photos now!!

    First of the S-Works breed, and the grandfather of all things FSR...



    I built this up a couple of years ago from a frame I acquired from a guy as payment for a bike tune up, and parts from my hardtail. I owned the Stumpjumper version of this bike, and got so used to riding it that I had to have another one.

    Judy SL 100mm
    Full XTR except for the crank set and wheels
    Chris King hubs 32° on Bontrager Mustang Rims ASYM R

    Thanks for looking!

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    QUOTE [Absolutely beautiful, TGK50! I can't find a link to a 1986 catalog, but your '87 looks so similar to my '86 Stumpy Sport. I wonder what changes were made between the respective models. I used to have both an '88 and a '89 Stumpy Comp. Loved them both LOTS, Internal14 bought the '89 off of me in 1991, and the '88 I had stolen.]

    I have the copies of the original '86 and '87 Catalogs as I was a buyer in bike shop in those days. The Stumpjumper Comp was introduced in '87. In '86 it jumped from the Stumpjumper to the Team Stumpjumper. The '87 Comp had 70 degree head tube & 73 degree seat tube. Head tube on the '86 Stumpjumper and SJ Sport was also 70. However, in '86 the seat tube was at 72 degrees.

    My wife still has her '86 Rockhopper.

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    I finished rebuilding my 1994 M2, here is a picture. I still love this bike!


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    Here's a little Stumpthin'
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    Somec is like the digital Zunow
    And this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD5h3y0a9AU

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    Not sure if it qualifies as vintage: 1999 Stumpjumper FRS XC Comp. Original except cranks/bb, pedals (although same era), bars and stem.
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    Can someone tell me what these cranks are?

    Thanks in advance
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