1987 Haro Master
My new rider
I traded away my 87 rider frameset and acquired this one. Most parts were moved over to this one.The powdered frame will with stand more abuse.The new Redline flights,Peregrine clamp,and 9/16 pedals were exchanged for light parts described below. The Group 1 stem came lose from the quil and was takin to a machine shop. It was replaced with the 88 Team stem.
This bike was built using parts that best accomodates my riding. I used the parts that were either my favorite and or light weight.The one piece crank was used also because they offer me the flex I like and they tend to run lighter than 3 piece cranks. I'm not gonna break opc's doing the Flatland I ride so it's cool.
The Odyssey seat clamp(felt lighter than the Peregrine clamp) is what I ran bitd so that came off my old bike and was used here. About 6 inches was cut off the no name cro-mo seat post for weight reasons again. My favorite pedal of all the KKT was used with my cranks.
This isn't a bike for the purist but it makes a really comfortable light weight rider for me.
I was told by the seller that the Haro suit pictured was worn by Dave Nourie during a Worlds Tour.
Thnx for looking.
Weighing in at 29.5 lbs
1987 Haro Master F&F's (Powdered at C-4 Labs with C-4 Decals)
1988 Haro Master Kneesaver Handlebars. (powdered at C4)
Haro Group 1 stem
Dia compe mx22 front brake lever
Dia Compe tech 77 rear lever
Odyssey 2 Gyro
Tioga 2 Beartrap headset
Tioga Task Force Headlock
Peregrine Hp 48's to Peregrine Phat Jack hubs. Heavy Gauge spokes
1986-7 Odyssey seat clamp
Generic cro-mo seat post.(cut down)
Dominator seat. Reproduction
80's Haro Fu-Pao cro-mo 175mm crank
80's KKT pedals
80's Peregrine Disc
Dia-compe 990 rear brake
Dia-compe 883 front
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