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#1 2020-03-19 8:02am

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1985 Haro FST

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1985 Haro FST

Non Serial number but with Haro chevrons stamped in the gusset.

Frame:  Haro FST
Forks:  Haro
Headset:  Tioga Beartrap
Stem:  Anlun
Bars:  Haro
Grips:  Am'e
Brake Calipers:  Dia-Compe 883
Brake Levers:  Dia-Compe Tech 6
Brake Cable:  Dia-Compe
Cranks:  One Piece
Spider:  Haro
Chainring:  Haro Uni-Directional
Pedals:  Victor DX
Rims:  Spencer 36h
Hubs:  Suzue Sealed
Tyres:  Cheng Shin Snakebelly
Seat Clamp:  Dia-Compe Hinged
Seat Post:  Haro
Seat:  Viscount Dominator


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#2 2020-03-19 8:17am

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Re: 1985 Haro FST

NICE FST - that's cool
interesting it has the Chevron stamp in the gussets.


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#3 2020-03-20 10:11pm

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Re: 1985 Haro FST

I do not think this is  a Torker Made 84 FST ,,,they had no chevrons stamped in them and no serials ,,,the rear chain stays were tapered like GEN 2 Master and Sport the seat post gusset was on top of the y top tubes not in between, frame geometry is incorrect for the Torker FST  .This is a very clean example of Anlun made 85 FST , it is not uncommon for serials to be missing from Haro,s of this era   cool

Info on Torker made FST in this link smile

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#4 2020-03-21 2:09am

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Re: 1985 Haro FST

Thanks for info guys, description changed.


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#5 2020-03-21 4:18am

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Re: 1985 Haro FST

Still a very lovely example of an 85 FST ,,,,if it has a serial it will be inside the right rear drop out ,,,but as I mentioned above it was not uncommon for Anlun to make mistakes with serials and also to not stamp drop outs ,along with other production errors at that time ,,they were really under the pump to meet order requirements and things did get missed in quality control ..


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#6 2020-03-21 6:10am

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Re: 1985 Haro FST

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