Jones, you got any clearer pictures you can get up ?
I thought this post had stopped, but plenty more added I see
1991 is the year, really not much to doubt there.
Only year with head tube mounted cable stops.
Dropouts can be holed and filled as we've seen a few times now in 1991.
Frame weight is quite light for 1991 in my opinion, lighter than my 1991 20" Altitude iirc. http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... 856#250856
which is usually the lightest of the steel frames. Of course the size adds to the weight
Hammers are not light bikes as they are reasonably
low end, second to bottom, just above Fusion. Though low end for Rocky is Mid range for most others at that time.
Anyways, If you have a Rocky Mountain bike built up etc.. then post it in to your Gallery ( http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/gallery2.php
) there is a link in the top right on there I think. Add Rocky Mountain
as a tag.
Also maybe we could start getting details together like Frame number (add it to the description) size, year.
Also add the frame name if definite and a presumed frame name if not, lol.
I'll see if I can get some side on of my two and get them added.