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Old 02-20-14, 02:20 PM   #1
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89 rockhopper comp frame specs?

Can anyone direct me to a spec sheet for an 89 specialized rockhopper comp? frame
specs such as tube lengths, angles, head tube diameter, and the like.

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Old 02-20-14, 09:37 PM   #2
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Retrobike.co.uk has a decent collection of Specialized catalogs from that era, though most are in German (google translate will help with the tricky parts.)
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Can anyone direct me to a spec sheet for an 89 specialized rockhopper comp? frame
specs such as tube lengths, angles, head tube diameter, and the like.

TIA,

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Blue and white I hope. I bought mine new in 89 and still have it. The tubes are the same as a standard Stumpjumper.
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Did you try calling the factory customer service?
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Blue and white I hope. I bought mine new in 89 and still have it. The tubes are the same as a standard Stumpjumper.
it was blue and white. I stripped the paint off so right now it's just bare metal until I can get it powder coated. got it for free because the seatpost was siezed. I got it out fairly easily though, compared to others I've gotten out.
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