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#1 2014-10-26 4:55pm

calismoooth
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1984 Haro Sport

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1984 Haro Sport

Nice little Haro build here. 1984 3rd Gen. Sport. Has a lot of room when you are riding it, I was suprised how big it feels. Last picture shows how I got it.
1984 3rd gen Sport frame & fork - Powder Coated & new stickers
Anlun bars, seat post & chainring - Survivor
Dia Comp 901 brakes w/ tech 3 levers - Survivor
Tuff wheels with alloy hub & Panaracer tires - New
Tioga spider & SR crank - Survivor
Viscount Dominator seat, AME grips, Z-chain & brake cables - New


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Needs as of 1/1/15 24" Ukai Speedlines prefer black

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#2 2014-10-26 10:46pm

Raven
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Re: 1984 Haro Sport

Nice work there Mate .....Well done wink........agree they roomy and feel it to.big_smile


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