It’s always a pain to remember exactly which model bike I have when I need to lookup some spec, find a replacement dropout, etc.

Kathleen’s ‘cross bike: It’s a 2007 Redline Conquest.

Frame Material: Kinesis Superlight
Frame Angles: 72.0 head, 73.0 seat
Sizes: 48cm, 50cm, 52cm, 54cm, 56cm, 58cm, 60cm
Colors: Black/Yellow
Fork: Aperbic
Rear Shock: Not applicable
Brake Levers: Shimano Tiagra STI Dual Control
Handlebar: Pazzazz
Stem: Pazzazz
Headset: 1 1/8″ threadless Dia-Compe
Front Der: Shimano Tiagra, braze-on
Crankset: Sugino, 38/48 teeth
Rear Der: Shimano Tiagra SS
Pedals: Shimano PD-M515 SPD
Tires: 700 x 28c Kenda Kwick

2007 Specialized StumpJumper FSR

My “green bike” is a 2007 Specialized StumpJumper FSR, which, incidentally, includes a proprietary rear shock that is not as manly as I am.

Specialized page for 2007 Stumpjumper FSR

Fox Triad, custom on-the-fly 3-position switch 1) lock out 2) Open 3) ProPedal pedal assisting damping, adjustable rebound, 7.75×1.75″

MTBR form about the rear shock

It also came equipped with Avid Juicy 5 disc brakes. From Specialized’s page:

FRONT BRAKE Avid Juicy 5, hydraulic disc, G2 Clean Sw eep S/M: 185mm rotor, L/XL 203mm rotor

REAR BRAKE Avid Juicy 5, hydraulic disc, G2 Clean Sw eep S/M: 160mm rotor, L/XL 185mm rotor

I recently trashed the rear caliper in the 2010 Slatyfork Wild 100. They don’t make the Juicy 5’s anymore. I’m trying to figure out if an Elixir R is an acceptable replacement (i.e., will the rotor size be okay, as by default it sells with a 160mm rotor).


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