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    Cool! I have that bike's older brother in my garage right now (90 Stumpjumper Epic).

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    1990 Stumpjumper

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    My 1990 Stumpjumper. Love the way this bike handles. I added XTR V brakes, titanium seat post, Mavic 221 rear wheel with 9 speed cassette and XTR rear derailleur. Still have all of the original parts. I also have a 1988 Stumpjumper Comp that I am keeping all original.

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    I bought a Stumpjumper Comp off Craigslist a couple weeks back. The seller claimed it as a 1989 but I can't find the exact model in catalogs. Unfortunately I scraped off the decals, which were already in poor shape. They were total Miami Vice style and ugly as all get-out in a bad way.

    The paint job is a white pearlescent and it's fully equipped with XT components.

    Anyone know what year it could be, or how I can tell? I understand the serial numbers on Specialized don't reveal much.

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    Most likely an 89. If it has all cantilvers then your good to go. I had one and loved it, wish I hadn't sold it to Internal14 years ago!

    Quote Originally Posted by one incredible donkey View Post
    I bought a Stumpjumper Comp off Craigslist a couple weeks back. The seller claimed it as a 1989 but I can't find the exact model in catalogs. Unfortunately I scraped off the decals, which were already in poor shape. They were total Miami Vice style and ugly as all get-out in a bad way.

    The paint job is a white pearlescent and it's fully equipped with XT components.

    Anyone know what year it could be, or how I can tell? I understand the serial numbers on Specialized don't reveal much.
    Good friction shifting is getting hard to find nowadays....

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    If it has rear XT U brakes down beneath the chain stays then it is most likely an 1988. They only had the U brakes in 87 and 88. If there are XT cantis up on the seat stays then it's probably 89. I have a pearl white 88 comp, ride it all the time and love that bike. Nice score.

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    1988 Stumpjumper Comp

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    My 1988 Stumpjumper Comp. I was in my early 20's in 1988 and couldn't afford a bike like this back then. I recently found this on Craigslist; pristine, almost never ridden, always garaged and beautiful. It's like a time machine. I couldn't pull the 75 bucks out of my pocket fast enough. Instant sentimental value as soon as I saw it. Perfect size and everything. I'll keep this one for the duration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konasun View Post
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    That's the bike I have! I recognize the stickers. You're saying it's an '88 but people above (and other research I've done) indicates that U-brakes came on the '88 models.

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    Specialized never built a full titanium bike. Neither Trek or Cannondale... Raleigh did and mostb of the medium/ small guys like Kona did. Even Raleigh..

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    Quote Originally Posted by one incredible donkey View Post
    That's the bike I have! I recognize the stickers. You're saying it's an '88 but people above (and other research I've done) indicates that U-brakes came on the '88 models.
    The rear U brakes are right down there under the chain stays. They all came with cantis up front. Other than the fact that the rear U brakes are prone to get clogged with mud, they are great brakes with awesome stopping power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    Specialized never built a full titanium bike. Neither Trek or Cannondale... Raleigh did and mostb of the medium/ small guys like Kona did. Even Raleigh..
    Interesting. I wonder why? Volume of manufacturing? ROI? Cannondale isn't surprising since aluminum was their thing, but Specialized and Trek experimented with lots of materials...

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    1984 Stumpjumper - Original Owner

    I got my 1984 Stumpjumper back on the road. I am the original owner and I bought this bike in Huntington Beach, CA at Two Wheeled Transit Authority. Bombed down a lot of hills out in Orange County.
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    1984 Stumpjumper - Original Owner

    I got my 1984 Stumpjumper back on the road. I am the original owner and I bought this bike in Huntington Beach, CA at Two Wheeled Transit Authority. Bombed down a lot of hills out in Orange County. The only major mod I did to the bike is putting Biopace chainrings on her. These days, the bike fairs better than I do on the trails!
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    1993 S-Works M2

    I picked this up on Saturday. It's incredibly clean and everything works, even the forks hold air. Full XTR with Ringle goodies to boot. I have the original stem and bars, plus the PD-M747 pedals. I just put my spare parts on so I can ride it. It's a 21.5" and I'm only 6'.

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    The Truth will set you free.

    ....but it might offend you first!

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    Bought this 83' Stumpjumper Sport, new....still have it....mostly used for visitors to ride around town when here...
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    I don't think I've post this bike here.

    Post race picture after a hard day's work of placing first on a rain soaked trail. My prize was a set of 29'r tires - - apparently no one wins races on 26'rs anymore.




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    Hell yes!
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blilrat View Post
    I don't think I've post this bike here.

    Post race picture after a hard day's work of placing first on a rain soaked trail. My prize was a set of 29'r tires - - apparently no one wins races on 26'rs anymore.



    Congratulations. Sell the tires and put the money towards another vintage ride.
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    And on flat pedals???!!!!


    You animal.
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    XCIIs and Five Tens. My favorite combo. Even ran XCIIs on my modernish Motolite.

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    1998 Stumpjumper Comp
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    Vintage frame w/ modern components

    Brought it back from the dead. Bought this almost 20 years ago, and it is just as much fun as it was back then. Maybe more.
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    I bet that's a rocket SS. Good looker too.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Newbie here, I apologize now for this stupid question. I did search before I asked this,lol.

    Old Rockhopper 88-92 from what my research has turned up, but I have no idea how to upload a pic?

    Was also wanting a little help identifying the year.

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    Ok, think I figured this out

    My old Rockhopper, can't remember what year I bought this, but I did narrow it down with some research. Looks Like 1990? Bought it new, but middle age, and CRS disease has limited my memory to about 3 yrs.

    Bought new, and just started riding again after 20 yrs of retirement. How did I ever walk away from such a sport. Raced some as an amateur back in the late 80's and early 90's. Built a few bikes on my own, then ran out and bought this baby from the lbs. Loved it, and I think since pulling it out of retirement I love it more!

    A big thanx to my pop for hanging on to it while I tried to figure out my life. Still working on that, but I do remember I loved riding and glad to be back!!
    Hope I got the upload correct.

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    Just picked this one up today. Found it on my local craigslist and couldn't pass it up for the price. I'll be upgrading it a bit - mainly putting on a new saddle, handlebars, and some new gearing down the road (the original are not awful, but need to be replaced soon enough).

    I think it's a 95' model. Anyone know for sure?

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    Took it out for a 7.5 mile cruise tonight and had a pretty numb butt and slightly sore hands, but I'll fix that with some tweaks here and there. Otherwise, it rides like a dream!

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    Hey everyone, I'm sorry if this question has been answered somewhere already - I sorted through all 17 pages and didn't see it asked.

    I'd like to swap the handlebars on the bike I posted pics of above and at the same time I'd like to put on a new stem for better fit on the handlebar angle/height. Is that all I'm going to need is a 1" threaded to 1 1/8" threadless adapter and a new stem? Is there a better way I should consider?

    Also, this bike has the grip shifters on it, so if/when I upgrade the gearing, I'd like to move to your basic trigger shifter setup as well. When I do, what am I going to need to replace and what of the existing components will I be able to use if condition is good? It's a 7 speed, so I'm assuming i can find trigger shifters for a 7 speed?

    Thanks guys!
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    hope you all don't mind another question here but i really don't like starting new threads & gotta think it's more likely will get the right answer

    the time has come to rebuild or replace the bottom bracket on my '86 stumpjumper sport. still deliberating which way to go - but for now it is still in place with crankarms on, thus i can't measure accurately...

    can anybody tell me what is the correct bb spindle length i need for this bike?

    thanx for any help...

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    It depends on the crank, not the bike. What crankset are you running?
    Blindly guessing, but a 127.5mm spindle would be a good starting point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne View Post
    It depends on the crank, not the bike. What crankset are you running?
    Blindly guessing, but a 127.5mm spindle would be a good starting point.
    what he says....^^.......not sure what "type" bottom bracket on that stumper?, probably cup&cone or early cartridge type? you will need a tool most likely, and yes the length of the BB is determined by the crank, if you can tell what brand/model yor crankset is then here is a good chart to tell what length you need:
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    yeah, you're right...

    should have mentioned that it has the oem flag crankset

    which according to mombat is "Specialized Touring 26/36/46" & original bb too. i haven't quite decided whether to rebuild with new bearings & spindle, or just replace with modern sealed.

    edit: after a little more research...does 118mm sound plausible?
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    Here's the latest version of my 95 HardRock. I've added new handlebars and a stem adapter to swap things out easier than the quill stem allowed for. I also added a new seat (the original was shot) and it's riding pretty comfortably now.

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    Looks like a good usable mountain bike!
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    I bought the Hardrock and made it a bit more fun Surly 17t cog and 34t chainring, a set of Shimano Deore DX cranks, and some Trialtech magnesium pedals I had laying around. I still need to get a seat for it but all of my spares are 2000 miles away. Official Specialized Picture Thread-img_1735-copy.jpg
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    Awesome! You totally made my day dude. Looks like you've made it a much better build.

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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    I picked this 1992 Specialized Stumpjumper (14") up several years ago for my wife (then girlfriend) and converted it to a city cruiser where it got quite a bit of use. This bike really hadn't been ridden at all before I bought it as was evident by the condition of the Specialized BX23 rims and drivetrain, which had no wear on them whatsoever. It was most likely ridden a few times then placed in the back of the garage where other unused items were piled on top of it. Since I gave my wife a custom Sweetpea a couple years back, this bike hasn't seen any action. I decided to build it back up as a mountain bike in the hopes my wife might take an interest. I'm also going to loan it out to my friends and their kids. It's got most of the original parts but I upgraded a few things. My wife wanted Grip Shift (when it was a city cruiser) so I swapped that out and kept the original thumb shifters. The wheels are hand built by my LBS and were on my 1992 Yo Eddy for a spell. Saddle, date stamped 1994, came with another bike I bought recently so I slapped it on also. A new seat post was in order just because it looks nice. Had a nice Ritchey Force stem in my parts bin that I thought would look nice so I put that on too. The pedals are new SPD though I have the original pedals with toe clips. All new cables and tubes/tires so it's ready for the next 22 years.




































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    Quote Originally Posted by misterdangerpants View Post
    I picked this 1992 Specialized Stumpjumper (14") up several years ago for my wife (then girlfriend) and converted it to a city cruiser where it got quite a bit of use. This bike really hadn't been ridden at all before I bought it as was evident by the condition of the Specialized BX23 rims and drivetrain, which had no wear on them whatsoever. It was most likely ridden a few times then placed in the back of the garage where other unused items were piled on top of it. Since I gave my wife a custom Sweetpea a couple years back, this bike hasn't seen any action. I decided to build it back up as a mountain bike in the hopes my wife might take an interest. I'm also going to loan it out to my friends and their kids. It's got most of the original parts but I upgraded a few things. My wife wanted Grip Shift (when it was a city cruiser) so I swapped that out and kept the original thumb shifters. The wheels are hand built by my LBS and were on my 1992 Yo Eddy for a spell. Saddle, date stamped 1994, came with another bike I bought recently so I slapped it on also. A new seat post was in order just because it looks nice. Had a nice Ritchey Force stem in my parts bin that I thought would look nice so I put that on too. The pedals are new SPD though I have the original pedals with toe clips. All new cables and tubes/tires so it's ready for the next 22 years.
    I picked up one almost exactly like that. Except it has 7 speed thumb shifters.
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    Very few miles on this one when I got it off Craigslist for $40. Did a drop bar conversion and robbed the parts bin for some nice bits to complete. Took a few rides and two quill stem adapters to get this one dialed in just right.



    Now conquering fireroads until I get familiar enough with it to take a drop or two.

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    Nice purpley Stumpjumper, brings back memories.

    Off topic, hopefully helpful...I see your brakes there. Mr. Nosy is poking into your business...you can get more powerful braking if you adjust those a little. Slide your straddle hanger down 1/2", then move the brake pads inboard from the arms outward about 1/8-1/4" each. Try to make the angle of the straddle cable closer to 90 degrees away from the line down the center of the brake arms, that is, from brake pivot bolt to straddle cable end.



    A bit more in this direction will do it. Your high straddle cable is tugging the brake arms up as much as in. These brakes below have the straddle pulling closer to the right direction. (I'd put it lower - Grafton had it right.):

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    My $0.02, good luck!

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    from Italy 1992

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    large 85 Stumpy
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    Quote Originally Posted by andreaviola View Post
    from Italy 1992
    Nice M2. Needs only a little clean up and it'll be dialed.
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    My 1995 Rockhopper Comp A1 FS. My dad had it since new, but hasn't been ridden for years. A friend is putting it together as a 1x7 for me. Need to decide what to do with the fork. New elastomers, spring upgrade, rigid, or look for a period upgrade like a mag 21 or judy that will probably need rebuilt anyway. Plan on riding it on some moderate single track. Will probably look for other period correct upgrades as time goes by.


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    1988 Stumpjumper Comp. Full XT. Thumb shifters, U brakes, and Bio pace, gotta love it.

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    98 FSR Elite Ground Control. Got it off CL for a cool $150.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaki View Post
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    Haahhahah, I have the same on in blue, I'll try to take a photo on of these days

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    1988 Stumpjumper Comp. Full XT. Thumb shifters, U brakes, and Bio pace, gotta love it.
    Nice. Looks well preserved

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    Re: Official Specialized Picture Thread

    My friend wanted me work on his late 90's something Hardrock or Rockhoper. So I threw on some spare parts I had laying around. Rides and looks much better.







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    old Rockhopper

    I pulled my old Rockhopper out of storage to ride around neighborhood with gf that has a new bike. I bought this bike new back in the mid '80s, but I dont remember exactly what year it is.
    Some ass**** broke into my storage unit and stole the front wheel off the bike. I guess it was too much trouble for him to pull bike out of unit. I was able to find some decent oem hubs to have laced up with matching rims next week.
    Bike is in relatively good condition, needs cleaning, some polishing, and a few minor nicks touch-up'd with some paint.
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    CS2 said my bike is a Stumpjumper from '85 or '86 and he is probably right. I don't know the history of Specialized lines of bikes. I will take it by the old shop where I bought back in the mid '80s and see if the owner remembers it.

    It does have a Specialized alloy bar and the seat post is a Japan Strong piece.

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