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#1 2007-12-10 9:29am

FRESSTYLE FREEK
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1988.5 Haro Sport

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1988.5 Haro Sport

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1988.5 HARO sport frame and fork factery paint with tuchup done on chiped spots.stock stikcer pack.GT MID SCHOOL PEGS up front trek MID SCHOOL pegs in back.savoy chrome 48 spoke seald baring wheels same as PEREGRINE but less money out the bike shop. tires brand new HARO MULTI. cranks GT chrome 175 old school three PC. sprocket SKY-WAY CD 43 tooth. pedals SHIMANO DX old school 9/16". bars 1987 HARO KNEE SAVERS cut a half inch on both sides.grips stock HARO AME copy. Brake levers LEE locking button cheaper vershion of DIA-COMPE tech 77. brake's ACS 860 same as ACS BOA but not seald baring less money. stem stock HARO. roter ODYSSEY GYRO first gen. head set stock YST with HUTCH head lock. seat post clamp PEREGINE. seat post HARO laid back. Seat GT preformer. bult bike to be a dayly rider I could pritty much use and abuse as a jack of all trades. I will try just about any thing on a bike one time if it dose not kill me and I can stand up I may try it agin an this bike can handel it.


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Last edited by FRESSTYLE FREEK (2007-12-25 12:44am)


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#2 2007-12-21 7:09pm

xtremevert
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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

This is a pretty cool bike for an 1986 model.  I really like what you've done with it and you given me a great idea for my next set of wheels.  Nice work man.


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#3 2008-01-28 10:14am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

The Frame and bars are definitely a 1988 model.

I live the full black sports. smile


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#4 2008-01-28 10:36am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

its an 88.5 no 990 mounts and fully painted....nice!

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#5 2008-01-28 10:48am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

I thought all 88 hade 990 mounts. any more info any one has on this bike would be welcome. was told when I got the frame and fork it was a 86 sport but was never sher on that.

Last edited by FRESSTYLE FREEK (2008-01-28 10:49am)


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#6 2008-01-28 11:04am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

88's had 990 mounts. 88.5's did not.

If that is original paint then this is an 88.5 for sure.


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#7 2008-01-28 11:28am

chromey
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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

Triumvirat wrote:

88's had 990 mounts. 88.5's did not.

If that is original paint then this is an 88.5 for sure.

Exactly...

I didn't feel the need to specify ".5" siince mid-year in 1988 was still 1988.
Even though they did make a batch of 88 Sports with no chrome and no brake mounts.

just figured he should update the main title on this awesome bike.


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#8 2008-01-28 11:29am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

dope bike

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#9 2008-02-13 9:30am

lcf13
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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

You call Gibbo a lucky S.O.B.?? Whave you seen your collection!!!!! Very nice!!!!!!!!!

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#10 2008-10-20 6:32pm

FRESSTYLE FREEK
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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

so whats the main diffrenc in a  1988.5 and a 1988 other than brakes? is it a diffrent size frame?


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#11 2009-02-09 9:09am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

love your bike bro.

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#12 2011-04-20 5:54am

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Re: 1988.5 Haro Sport

Nice sport. Classy ride right there. cool


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