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2019 Haro Team Master Bashguard

2019 Haro Team Master Bashguard

2019 Haro Lineage Master Bash Guard

I was so stoked to learn of these bikes as I got back in to the bmx thing a few years back.  Even more lucky, a friend had one he wanted to sell.
It was bone stock when I got it, but I've changed some parts out to suit my personal preference and riding.  

Frame:  2019 Haro Master Lineage w/bash guard

Fork: 2019 Haro Lineage forks

Bars: Haro Kneesavers

Stem: Eastern Throttle

Brakes: Hombres f/r with Tech 77 levers

Seat Clamp: Fusion single bolt

Cranks: Rant Transit

Sprocket: Neptune 44t

Pedals: Fusion Silver

Tires: Merritt Foster Ft1 2.35

Brakes/Lever: Odyssey Springfield

Grips: Odyssey Keyboard

Seat: Haro Fusion Stealth Pivotal

Post: Haro Fluted

Chain: KMC K710SL super light chain

Wheels: Lineage 48's Chrome

  • Street / Vert
  • Company: Haro
  • Model: Team Master Bashguard
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Headtube angle: 75
  • Seattube angle: 71
  • Toptube length: 20.5
  • Headtube size: 1-1/8"
  • Seatpost size: 25.4
  • Details Main changes - ditched the giant saddle for a more svelte, Haro Stealth model. Also changed out the Fusion Style double clamp seat clam for a single bolt version. Removed the gyro because I don't do multiple bar spins, and brakes work better without them. I 3D printed a small metal bridge to do a reverse london mod under the twin top tubes. Haro HPFs were changed to Merritt Foster FT1's, 2.35 front and rear. They have great traction on a variety of surfaces. Cranks changed out to some cheap but effective Transits. I was never a fan of the clunky 3 piece cranks everyone copied from GT, and I mean everyone. Swiped to silver Fusion pedals, and will probably swap to plastic pedals soon. Stem changed to an Eastern front load, not a fan of mile-high bars (I'm only 5'8"). Created a Forklifter style number plate, because it's something I'd have had back in the day.