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1986 Haro Master

1986 Haro Master

Keeps changing this is the latest incarnation of it, Bob Haro Signing the Bike in Cologne Germany at the BMX masters 2011

  • The Parts List
  • Haro master Frame and Forks and Fork Standers
  • Haro Freestyle Bars with AME Tri Grips
  • Araya 7x's Laced to Suzue sealed hubs
  • 44t Sugino Machined chainwheel fitted to a Tufneck powerdisk
  • Panaracer Freestyle Tyre
  • Redline Forklifter Stem
  • Redline 401s with Techmatic bottom Bracket
  • Skyway Trick Nuts
  • Dia Compe 880/880 Brakes complete with Blue DC Cables and Tech 4 Levers
  • Dia Compe Hinged seat Clamp
  • Shimano SX Pedals
  • Tioga Beartrap 2 Headsed
  • A set of Blue Haro Crash pads.
  • Blue Annodised Renthal Lay Back Seat post Now Chrome Post
  • Blue Kashimax Aero.
  • Blue Anodized dropout savers

  • Paint work by Super Bike Dan and is perfect (contact through www.radbmx.co.uk)

Changes made

 

Wheels are now Araya 7x's Laced to Suzue sealed hubs with rear rear being shiney sided.  I will do the front over the next week or two. they were Araya Super 7x's

Tyre are Nos Panaracer Freestyle Tyres not the Green Haro Tyres

Chainring is Now a 45t Sugino Machined chainwheel fitted to a powerdisk not the Redline Disk

Grips are now Ame Tri's not Rounds

Cranks are changed to some Redline 401 Full wrap with Nice Chrome Hardware

Blue Anodized dropout savers

The chain is now a Green YBN not the blue originaly fitted

The Green Kashimax Aero has been swapped to a blue One

and the 85 forks standers were swapped to the neater 86 retractable fork standers

A blue Suntour headlock has been fitted

Submitted by Brettypeeps

  • Freestyle / Flatland
  • Company: Haro
  • Model: Master
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Headtube size: 1"
  • Details The Bike I always wanted as a child but could never afford. I now have lovingly restored this Haro master to the Spec that I would have had it back in 1986. I met up with Bob Haro in 2011 at the BMX masters in Cologne Germany. People say you should never meet your heroes but Bob was one of BMX's nice guys then and still is a top bloke now. He gladly signed the bike for me!!! Bob Haro you are a legend!!!