The bike in the photo' does...
Hmmm. I agree it certainly looks like a 1 1/8" steerer in the photo... but i happen to have a steel S-Works from the same year and it actually has a 1" steerer. (the Ibis stem on there is an 1 1/8" with a Thomson adapter underneath)
Would the S-Works be different? I would have thought whatever my S-Works was, the steel Stumpjumpers would be too. But maybe not? The dropouts, tubing size/shape and SP clamp seem to be the same for whatever that's worth.
It looks like flipwils11
's bike might have a ’95 Judy XC. My brother is doing a bit of a makeover on his ’94 GT Zaskar and recently found this site to update the guts on his ’95 Judy SLs:
http://www.suspensionforkparts.net/esho ... oductId=82
He seems to have the same problem with his fork as the deteriorated elastomers have left the fork in a permanent state of sag…
If that's all that is wrong, an elastomer swap is dead easy.
Specialized had Future Shock versions for both the Mag21 and the first Judy models of Rock Shox. This guy's post on MTBR shows pictures of both 'SL' versions in all their carbon exoticness: