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#1 2011-06-07 1:10am

jordaney
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1998 Haro Revo

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1998 Haro Revo

Haro Revo bought covered in rust and in bits, all parts are original apart from mags

bought off ebay for £40 dismantled with no tryes, took me a week of polishing the chrome to get off surface rust and to remove the old decals, replaced the wheels with skyway mags, diamondback tyres, new seat and grips


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#2 2011-10-18 7:35pm

griptonic
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Re: 1998 Haro Revo

what type of polish and what type of polishing technique did you use?  i love chrome but its a pain to clean when its bad

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#3 2011-11-12 6:58am

rbonner70
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Re: 1998 Haro Revo

I pretty sure this isn't a 98. I have a 98 and it is a twin top tube. I think all 98 & 99 are twin top tube ?As far as I know the single top tube Revo came out in 2000. You did a great job cleaning it up, it looks great! I use Eagle one never dull on my chrome bikes.

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#4 2012-03-08 11:38pm

almata24
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Re: 1998 Haro Revo

Nice look, good to see the before's also.

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