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#1 2012-07-09 12:49am

thand72
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1987 Haro Master

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1987 Haro Master

Just something built to ride.
Polished the cranks from black ano. And built the wheels myself wink thanks to the guides here.
Not sure why but this one has two serial numbers.?.?
 
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#2 2012-07-09 2:10am

vt102
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Re: 1987 Haro Master

Cool looking rider. I have a black one too... survivor condition. Where are the 2 serial numbers located???

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#3 2012-07-09 2:48am

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Re: 1987 Haro Master

vt102 wrote:

Cool looking rider. I have a black one too... survivor condition. Where are the 2 serial numbers located???

Under the bottom bracket & on the rear chain stay.


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#4 2012-07-09 8:34am

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Re: 1987 Haro Master

the more and more i see builds from "parts" the more i like them.  this is a great bike!  love it!


I am not Ron Wilkerson!

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#5 2012-07-09 11:21am

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Re: 1987 Haro Master

Agreed^.  Nice job on the cranks.  I'll be doing the same for one of my GT's.


Cool, a new bike.  Wait a minute.......where am I going to hide this one.  She's going to catch me...

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#6 2012-07-09 12:28pm

RADMAX
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Re: 1987 Haro Master

shiny!!! Cool cool

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#7 2012-07-09 4:41pm

thand72
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Re: 1987 Haro Master

Thanks for all the positives guys. I bought her as an "almost complete" from a buddy. All I had to get were cranks, wheelset, and front Nippon. Lol you know the "cheap" stuff after the f/f. Love it too tho. And got it for a great price. Thanks to tobigtoride265 for the deal.


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#8 2012-07-09 4:43pm

thand72
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Re: 1987 Haro Master

dd4130 wrote:

vt102 wrote:

Cool looking rider. I have a black one too... survivor condition. Where are the 2 serial numbers located???

Under the bottom bracket & on the rear chain stay.

Right on the money there. Were you scoping it out?? lol lol tongue
But seriously yes!! They are in these locations!!


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#9 2012-07-09 4:45pm

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Re: 1987 Haro Master

smile


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#10 2012-10-25 6:34pm

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Re: 1987 Haro Master

That is a nice build.  Great job on the wheels and cranks.  cool


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#11 2012-11-04 5:02am

thand72
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Re: 1987 Haro Master

skdevore wrote:

That is a nice build.  Great job on the wheels and cranks.  cool

Thanks. Built the wheels using the threads here and didn't know about the ano removal process until after I hand sanded most of it off lol.


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#12 2014-01-05 9:26am

Back2the80s
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Re: 1987 Haro Master

Funny you mention the 2 serials. My 87 has 300 100 on the bottom bracket and 87**** on the inside rear dropout. The BB number really has me confused hmm.


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