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F/S: 2006 Specialized Stumpjumper

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Alan, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. Alan

    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    I believe it's a medium frame...but it will certainly fit a wide range of people.

     
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    Hrm, I wonder the inches on that. I've got a Trek now and I would like to upgrade to a bike like yours..... but the frame would have to be in the 19 range.
     
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    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    I can try to find something online or go measure the frame for you.
    If you want me to measure it...how exactly do you want that done? From the bottom bracket up to seat post? Want a top tube length?
    I certainly don't mind.
     
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    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    Ha-ha! Me either! It's all good. Nothing in my paperwork says anything, believe it or not. All I know is that it's a "Medium" as described from Specialized.

    See http://www.specialized.com/bc/SBCBkModel.jsp?spid=12984
    There are specs and frame geometry.

    I have more pics I can send if you'd like. Just let me know.


     
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    Do you have the clipless pedals the bike came with?

    I'm very interested but I am at a loss to figure out if I will fit the bike. Maybe tomorrow while I'm at work I'll stop by the bike shop and get a feel for it. Medium size right?

    When it comes to me getting the bike... either I can take a road trip down and meet you somewhere in TX or I can pay to have the bike shipped. If it comes to that, what would be the best for you?
     
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    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    Unfortunately, I traded out the clipless pedals because I wanted to ride it with my polo shoes/boots to work and not have to worry about special shoes.

    Yes sir...medium sized frame. You'll want to make double sure it will fit you. How tall are you?

    I can always get a local bike shop to ship it to you. I mean, you're in TN! Hate for you to take a road trip all the way down here for a bike!
     
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    I'm 5'10. I've got a 19.5 inch Trek that I ride now.

    I'll have the money pretty soon, if you'd like to get an idea on how much it would be to ship. I'd also like to see more pictures. Preferably detail shots of the main parts of the bike. i.e. the main moving parts.
     
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    Alan CLM Millennium Member

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    PM me your email address and we can take this offline so I can send you more pictures.