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#1 2019-01-11 12:58pm

Geohoa01
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1988 Haro Master

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1988 Haro Master

Adding this bike to the collection was a pure fluke. I was planning to build a vintage master to match the vision of my dream bike as a kid. Days before ordering the parts I stumbled across this bike for sale during a visit to my home town. Purchased from a museum member it was 99% of what I planned to do. All I have changed are the cranks, bearings, pedals and a few decals. Haro Master f/f re-powdered and decaled, stamped knee saver bars, group 1 stem, A’me grips, Dia Compe brakes, Odyssey Gyro, Haro fluted post, 89 fusion clamp, viscount re-pop seat, Araya rims w Redline hubs, Panaracer tires, VP500 pedals, Redline flight cranks (w/color and era matched decals). Absolutely love this bike, it rides better than brand new!


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#2 2019-01-12 2:08pm

ChaseDyno-Bmx
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Re: 1988 Haro Master

Beautiful


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