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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2021 1:41 pm 
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I have just bought a 1995 Stumpjumper frame and forks and need to get a seatpost for it.

Looking online and on there there seems to be a range of sizes mentioned; 30.4, 30.9 and 31.

Does anybody have a normal 1995 stumpy who can clarify. It is the rigid version and Prestige chromoly, not a FS or M2.

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Jim


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The 1996 rigid steel Stumpy had a 30.4mm seatpost and the 95 model was very, very similar, so I would guess it was the same. Indeed, Specialized used 30.4 on a number of their bikes in the mid to late nineties. If you don't get a definitive answer from someone, and can't measure the internal diameter of the seat tube, 30.4 would be the one I would try first.


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Thanks for the info, yes I have had it confirmed that it is a 30.4.

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