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1994 Haro Monocoque

#1 2007-09-27 12:48pm

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1994 Haro Monocoque

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1994 Haro Monocoque

Very rare first generation Haro Monocoque Frame.

Frame:  1994 Haro Monocoque First Generation
Forks:  Brand X Titanium First Generation
Cranks:  Technique 205mm(rare, never produced) First Generation
Gear:  50t ring with Vuelta Purple bolts & 16t Shimano Silent Freewheel
Chain:  Regina Hollow Pin
Pedals:  1994 Crupi Pro Squares W/Ti Shafts
Wheels:  Elf Titanium/Ti Spokes/Sun Rhinolite 1.5's W/Custom Purple lock collars & Grenade Valve Kaps
Tires:  Tioga Comp 3   1.75 Rear  2.125 Front
Axle Nuts/Frame Savers:  Redline Purple Nuts W/Lowey Axles Frame Savers
Bars:  Haro Aluminum Pro in Purple W/Black Answer Grips
Stem:  DK Pro XXL Neck
Brakes:  Purple VG Goose Lever, Paul Stoplite Cantilevers, Grafton Fat Finger Cable Hanger
Seatpost:  Kooka Nightstorm W/Purple-Black Fade and blue splash
Seat:  Selle Italia SLR Titanium
Seatpost Clamp:  Ringle w/titanium bolt
Headset:  Gt/FSA W/VG Headset lock


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ALWAYS WANTED!!! Brand X Pro Sized Handlebars, Brand X 24" First Gen Fork, First Gen Haro Monocoque Frame

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#2 2007-09-28 7:12pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

looks liek one heck of a sturdy ride lol


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#3 2007-10-06 6:42pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

harold&kumar wrote:

Dude...lower that seat...what the H#*L are you thinking having your seat that high?

I don't race this bike, if you want a low seat I'll post a pic of my current bmx that I race in the 19-27x class, plus that is an "era correct" seat height for this time period in bmx.  On top of that, the post is extremely rare in this condition and anodizing scheme and worth anywhere from $150-250.  Thats pretty much what I'm thinking having my seat that high....CHILL!  lol


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#4 2007-10-06 7:19pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Sweet Ride , and those cranks one day will be worth MUCHO Cash Mark my words !!!!


Im still looking for a 1st gen single pinch technique crank set .

Last edited by oneluv1979 (2007-10-06 7:20pm)


WANTED :   FRED Z Chrome 24" Bars,, DK 1st Gen Clamp,Cyclecraft 24" Frame & forks ,

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#5 2007-10-06 8:26pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Oneluv,

You don't want a single-pinch set of techniques...the reason you can't find them is the single pinches would always crack from tenison on the single bolt...that's why they changed to the dual pinch design...

cool color scheme on the haro!


It's all in the Technique...

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#6 2007-10-06 8:33pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

honda1wheel wrote:

this is what happened to my friend when he had his seat to high     

http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x38/ … ort002.jpg

LOL, not me!  That's what they get for only being 5'8 and trying to have their seat that high....I'm 6'2!  Check back in a couple of days and I'll add my current race bikes as well as a couple of others N some better pictures of the Haro.  I do agree though...anyone that even tries to ride bmx with their seat this high is going to be singing soprano!


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#7 2007-10-06 8:33pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

honda1wheel wrote:

this is him today hes never been the same since that day

http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x38/ … achine.jpg

Hahahahahahhaha, He musta took his bike off of some "sweet jumps" :)


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#8 2007-10-12 8:17pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

that's some funny stuff


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#9 2008-02-02 12:31am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

nice bike alway's was a fan of the mono

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#10 2008-02-14 7:22am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

that s one of the the best haros i have seen...i have been dying to find one of those or someone who has one... i always wondered what the actual production numbers were.....


just ride it

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Odyssey Richard Gear Lite 44t, WeThePeople Pro cranks 175/180mm in chrome, FBM Bottleneck stem, 36h cassette hubs 3/8"/14mm f/r,

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#11 2008-02-18 9:19am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

bmxninja wrote:

that s one of the the best haros i have seen...i have been dying to find one of those or someone who has one... i always wondered what the actual production numbers were.....

Thanks for the comment!  I really tried to get all era correct parts for this one, I have since put era correct crupi pro-squares w/ti spindles and am looking for some era correct rims as the rims that are on it are too new to be right along with original comp III Skinwalls.  As for the actual production numbers on the bike, there was one run of 300 frames only.  I currently have #016 (the chrome one built up) and another that was previously Billy Griggs' bike that has been powder coated black (#003)  I have been thinking about building up the black one as well, just haven't had the funding with school going on...


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#12 2008-02-19 8:35pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

If you ever want to sell those pedals let me know first... this bike is pure art.

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#13 2008-02-19 8:43pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Wow... Looks like it's going a hundred miles an hour standing still...


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#14 2008-05-01 7:28am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

osu411yamaha wrote:

That would be a sweet bike if the right person owned it.   LOL dude you gotta learn some BMX style.  Slam that seat down and tilt it back a hair.  Put a little swagger into your bike bro.

Ummm...why don't you look at the bike I race VS this era correct Haro and tell me what you think about it.


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#15 2008-05-04 6:46pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

osu411yamaha wrote:

Kid I raced in 1994 all over the country and a seatpost that high is NOT era specific.  I NEVER saw anyone except maybe old dads in the pits with their seats that high.

Nice, I'm tired of people making snarky comments all over the place on this site.  Telling someone they have no style, good way to make friends there pal.  And just for the record, I'm not your kid.


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#16 2008-05-04 7:21pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

God damn thats a sexy ride....Love those forks.


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#17 2008-05-08 9:22am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

revcore wrote:

God damn thats a sexy ride....Love those forks.

Thanks, took some digging to put this bike together, and its still in the works!  Just posted some new pics, check em' out!


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#18 2008-05-08 4:19pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

I see a nice set of Pro Forx in the background.....I bet they looked nice on the Monocoque, But waaaaay heavier than the Brand X Titanium forks.
Interested in selling the Pro Forx? A spare set would come in handy.


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#19 2008-05-08 5:05pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

pimp!
like the color scheme too. true to the era


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#20 2008-05-08 5:25pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

I'm looking for a set of those pro forx...PM me if you wanna sell them...


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#21 2008-05-08 11:10pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

hahahahahaha, how come everybody is talking about the seat being so high. on a flossy bike just for riding its o.k. for a 6 footer. when you guys see bikes with handlebars pushed forward nobody says nothing, how come, to me thats gay on a bmx bike. brah keep your bike like it is, its killer, sweet forks, cranks, frame, its just pimped. very nice work.

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#22 2008-05-09 3:08am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

I still want the bike Jack............... :)

*cough*techniuqe frame*cough*

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#23 2008-05-12 5:46pm

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hex bike wrote:

I still want the bike Jack............... :)

*cough*techniuqe frame*cough*

You're still first in line if I ever decide to get rid of it!  =P


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#24 2008-06-30 6:54am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Jack that is a very nice bike.  To those haters on the seat height, find a picture of Gary Ellis's bike in the mid 90's!!  Maybe a few inches lower but not much!

You know what wheels would look great on this bike and be date correct, Spins!!!!!


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#25 2008-09-10 11:40pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Wow, I am shocked they only made 300... when they came out I thought "man, it is over for a lot of company, this is next level and everyone is going to ride them" maybe they were too expensive to make or something... or something. Super tight build down to the bolts man.

For the kids pouring salt on the bike:

You are obviously a tad too young or you would get the steeze. Don't hate.


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