Enduro FSR 2017 schematic

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Posted: Jun 14, 2019 at 11:56 Quote
Hi!

I've recently done an overhaul of the pivots on a Stumpjumper and found the schematic that completely covers all the bolts and spacers and their orientations (schematic 40 - https://media.specialized.com/support/collateral/0000056004_R2.pdf )

While i have found the same document for the Enduro FSR 2017 (schematic 43), it's from a Russian site (http://www.byka.info/system/files/documents/components/Frames/2017%20Enduro_5.pdf) and does not include the frame model and all the spacer, only the dimensional data for all the parts. While this is much better than nothing, i would still like the graphic as well.

So does anyone have a link to the Specialized's version of the PDF containing the model as well?

Posted: Jun 17, 2019 at 3:55 Quote
Primoz wrote:
Hi!

I've recently done an overhaul of the pivots on a Stumpjumper and found the schematic that completely covers all the bolts and spacers and their orientations (schematic 40 - https://media.specialized.com/support/collateral/0000056004_R2.pdf )

While i have found the same document for the Enduro FSR 2017 (schematic 43), it's from a Russian site (http://www.byka.info/system/files/documents/components/Frames/2017%20Enduro_5.pdf) and does not include the frame model and all the spacer, only the dimensional data for all the parts. While this is much better than nothing, i would still like the graphic as well.

So does anyone have a link to the Specialized's version of the PDF containing the model as well?

I'm looking for this as well as I was stupid and didn't label which washers go with which linkage pivots on my Specialized enduro. Hopefully someone else can help us out

Posted: Jun 17, 2019 at 22:15 Quote
bennorth wrote:
Primoz wrote:
Hi!

I've recently done an overhaul of the pivots on a Stumpjumper and found the schematic that completely covers all the bolts and spacers and their orientations (schematic 40 - https://media.specialized.com/support/collateral/0000056004_R2.pdf )

While i have found the same document for the Enduro FSR 2017 (schematic 43), it's from a Russian site (http://www.byka.info/system/files/documents/components/Frames/2017%20Enduro_5.pdf) and does not include the frame model and all the spacer, only the dimensional data for all the parts. While this is much better than nothing, i would still like the graphic as well.

So does anyone have a link to the Specialized's version of the PDF containing the model as well?

I'm looking for this as well as I was stupid and didn't label which washers go with which linkage pivots on my Specialized enduro. Hopefully someone else can help us out
I managed it with the linked PDF and using calipers to measure stuff. If you have any questions about assembling it back together, ask away, maybe i can help.

Posted: Jun 18, 2019 at 0:01 Quote
Ok. I’ll have another go using the PDF but if I’m stuck I’ll send you some photos

Posted: Jun 18, 2019 at 8:07 Quote
Perfect. I'll try to remember to check Pinkbike a bit more often.

Posted: Jun 19, 2019 at 0:50 Quote
Hey man. I’ve got it all together except for two pairs of spacers. One is the most common one (thickish with a dust seal ) and the other pair is smaller and thinner without a dust seal. I can’t figure out which goes where (either attaching to the seat tube or attaching to the lowest linkage next to the bb) I’ll send some photos

Posted: Jun 19, 2019 at 10:31 Quote
The small one should have a flanged seal in it, it's hard to get out. It looks like yours is either missing or eaten away. This one goes on the inside of the rocker-shock extension pivot. The other one, if it has 2,5 written on it (or if it's 2,5 mm thick), it goes on the outside of the same pivot, so on the bearings on the shock extension link and that gets inserted into the rocker.

If it's a 3 mm spacer and you have all the spacers except the shock extension pivot spacers done, then you've made a mistake. They look very much alike but are a bit thinner for the extension-rocker pivot.

The 3 mm version goes on both sides of each chainstay-dropout pivot (4 in total), on both sides of the BB pivot (2 in total) and on both sides of each rocker-seatstay pivot (4 in total). There are 10 3 mm ones and 2 2,5 mm ones.

Be careful of the thin, 0,05 mm plate washer under the head of the BB pivot bolt. There are also thicker, 0,5 mm washers between both the bolt and the nut and the frame for the shock eyelet and under the heads of bolts for the extension-rocker pivot. I think the seatstay bolts (both rocker and dropout pivots) have chamfered bolt heads, so no washers there.

Posted: Jun 20, 2019 at 0:34 Quote
Yeah I had the 2.5mm and the small flanged one where you said

I'm all good if i had another like the flanged one (to attach at the seattube) but i have a smaller one which you thought was the same but missing the flange (flanged is left. Strange one is right)



The small one is too small even if it did have a flange and is a bit thicker

Posted: Jun 20, 2019 at 13:06 Quote
I think it goes between the bearing and the seat tube bolt holes. That one i think doesn't have any sealing.

If you have only one you're doing something wrong.

And to be sure, user calipers to measure the spacers and use the russian PDF to compare dimensions and to be sure to which pivot each spacer goes.

Posted: Jun 22, 2019 at 2:55 Quote
Hi bennorth, I have the same problem as you. how did you solve?

Posted: Jun 22, 2019 at 3:17 Quote
straccalittu wrote:
Hi bennorth, I have the same problem as you. how did you solve?

The one in the last photo goes there even though there is a gap. I put it all back together today and it all good. Strange how we've all got similar problems

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