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Old 09-27-08, 10:15 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by mjolniir View Post
Looks like a Specialized Stumpy HT with 700C rims - I have a similar setup on my Hardrock.
Sorry for the late response... I didn't notice this before.

Anyway... Yes, it's a Stumpjumper HT with a set of Mavic Speedcity 700c rims. It's a great setup -- I can swap out the wheels in about 5 minutes and switch from mountain bike to pseudo-road bike. My wife Kasia has basically the same setup. We do some trail riding around here on the knobbies, and we've done several centuries this year on the skinnies.
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