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1985 Haro Master

#1 2018-12-08 8:13am

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1985 Haro Master

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1985 Haro Master

My first master

I traded a redline stem bars and Oakley grips for this frame fork and pegs. I always wanted to build one for a while and the spring build off was my opportunity. I stripped the frame to bare metal and repainted it seaglass. I bought the decals straight from Haro and picked em up from their warehouse in Ohio. I got a tour which was awesome! I used my well used Hoffman wheels with the Supra rims. The chrome on the hoops were badly peeling so I decided to get em sandblasted and I proceeded to polish em and paint em to match the frame. The gt stem was a red spray bombed piece with gouges that I picked up from the Midwest bmx show. After a lot of filing, sanding, and painting, it came out pretty good. The seat, rims, sprocket, and tires were all off my 90 performer I turned into a trike. I am extremely happy the way it turned out.
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#2 2020-06-29 3:30pm

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Re: 1985 Haro Master

cool Nice . . .


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