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  1. P

    For Sale 1983 Stumpjumper Sport with GEBE motor kit

    Purchased new in June of 1983. This is the classic, original mountain bike. I still have the bullmoose handlebars. It is in good riding condition and ready to go. Back in the day it carried me, or I carried it, over many trails and passes on the Wasatch Front, with hikers asking "what is that...
  2. Matt Barrack

    How tough are these fuel tanks?

    I don't mean the studs. I just mean the tank itself. Today I had to tighten the bolts and the thing shifted. I noticed a big spot where the paint has been scratched off and it got me thinking. Do these tanks break easy? And if so, can I find new ones?
  3. Baconator101

    The 2-stroke assembly.

    I apologize in advance as this is not a general question. But I thought you folks might a enjoy a glimpse of the making of that thing between your legs. I may be speaking outta my arse here, but I believe these engines were superior to the quality available now.
  4. kmarcetjr

    Who to buy a kit from?

    Setting customer service issues aside, is there one seller that has a better quality basic build kit than some other sellers. I figure I can spend up to about $225 on a basic build kit, bikeberry seems to have pretty good ratings from what I have read. Are their kits better or worse than others...

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