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Old 03-13-13, 09:16 AM   #1
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anybody know what model Specialized MTB this is?

its the only pic i have ,and i have no idea what it is
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2001 Specialized P3 Bush Disc dirt jumper/FR hardtail.

http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/B...Disc&Type=bike
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awesome, thanks for the help!!
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I had the P2 version. Very nice bike
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i picked it up tonight, the guy only wanted 110 bucks for it, looks like it needs a little work, it came with hydraulic brakes, and the right lever doesn't have any fluid in it, he stated it was leaking from the lever one day, the guy knew less about it then i do, other then that it looks ok, it has race face brand parts and hayes brakes, are these any good? sram x9 derailleur, cheapy altus front, a big earl front and looks like a conti on the back

its a little small for me so i may just fix what i can and flip, hopefully i can make my money back, you guys let me know thanks in advanced

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iits a little small for me . . . .
Unless it's way undersized, it's supposed to be that way. It's not a trail bike, really, as I said before, it's a dirt jumper.

You're probably not going to find parts for Hayes that old and it wouldn't be worth it. But you can find some good deals right now on Stroker Trail sets, which are great brakes.
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i think it needs to be rebled and maybe have a cable replaced, i think i can handle that, other then that, it seems pretty solid, shifts well, and the shocks seem ok,
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As dminor said, it's a dirt jumper
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