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#76 2020-07-02 3:10pm

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WTF - unbelievable!  Incredible.

Still got the prototype Maxxis Miracles on it too.


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#77 2020-07-02 4:13pm

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Re: Dave Mirra's Haro's from 95-06

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#78 2020-07-04 7:15pm

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#79 2020-07-04 9:16pm

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I know the post says haro but these were too cool not to share. So a friend of mine and I have been talking about Dave’s FBM Capone he rode after haro. He was a friend of Dave’s and knew the whereabouts of the frame. Luckily a Fellow Greenville rider had it as a trampoline bike after dave gave it to him. It’s easy to confirm it’s the bike as this was the only Capone custom made with chain stay Brake mounts.

I sent him the wheels, seat, bars and pegs from the uk. He painted the frame and bars and rebuilt it!

Check it out and enjoy.




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Pretty cool piece of history there. Right after he left Haro before he started Mirraco. 99.9% sure to he rode it at Metro Jam. Also I remember him riding the FBM crown royal stem for awhile to.


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#80 2020-07-04 9:18pm

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Re: Dave Mirra's Haro's from 95-06

Also I'm a big Mirra fan cool
Acouple of pictures of him with the FBM Capone frame

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Anything mid school Dk, 97' general lee,dk weapon.

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#81 2020-07-31 2:34pm

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Scotbmx1 wrote:

Bigmikeharo wrote:

I know the post says haro but these were too cool not to share. So a friend of mine and I have been talking about Dave’s FBM Capone he rode after haro. He was a friend of Dave’s and knew the whereabouts of the frame. Luckily a Fellow Greenville rider had it as a trampoline bike after dave gave it to him. It’s easy to confirm it’s the bike as this was the only Capone custom made with chain stay Brake mounts.

I sent him the wheels, seat, bars and pegs from the uk. He painted the frame and bars and rebuilt it!

Check it out and enjoy.




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Pretty cool piece of history there. Right after he left Haro before he started Mirraco. 99.9% sure to he rode it at Metro Jam. Also I remember him riding the FBM crown royal stem for awhile to.

Yes that’s correct in 2006! Great year of metro jam too

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#82 2020-07-31 2:35pm

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Re: Dave Mirra's Haro's from 95-06

So damn cool!!

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#83 2020-07-31 3:13pm

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Check out Luke Bongwater's 99-19 tribute on the bikes page. I cant grab a screen shot for some reason but he updated his tribute and it is badass.


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#84 2020-08-12 7:09am

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Here is my updated Mirra Pro Tribute today! Please go fav it if you like it smile

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Man, if my f*cking ex-wife asked me to take care of her f*cking dog while she and her boyfriend went to Honolulu, I'd tell her to go f*ck herself. Why can't she board it?

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#85 2020-10-24 1:46pm

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#86 2020-10-24 2:10pm

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#87 2020-11-20 4:30am

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So after 3 years, I finally finished my Carolina blue build. It's taken me a while to finish because of the Haro chrome os2 cranks. I've also been refining things on the bike after finding better pics and info.

It's exactly as Dave rode his other than the Premium billet ti pegs which are impossible to find. I put Snafu ti pegs as this was the closest I could get. It's got all the details such as no fork compression cap, seat clamp backwards, the gold chain and Even one of Dave's personal DC Stickers that was given to me by one of Dave's friends.

Pretty stoked on this build, hope you guys enjoy.



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#88 2020-11-20 4:30am

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#89 2020-11-20 4:32am

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#90 2020-11-20 5:26am

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#91 2020-11-20 5:37am

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#92 2020-11-20 6:02am

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"It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled" - Mark Twain
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#93 2020-11-20 9:24am

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Thanks guys smile I was gonna try to sell it to fund another build but nobody wanted to buy it so I will hang on to her.


Man, if my f*cking ex-wife asked me to take care of her f*cking dog while she and her boyfriend went to Honolulu, I'd tell her to go f*ck herself. Why can't she board it?

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#94 2020-11-20 9:56am

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Luke Bongwater wrote:

Thanks guys smile I was gonna try to sell it to fund another build but nobody wanted to buy it so I will hang on to her.

What type of $$ were you looking to get ?


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#95 2020-11-20 10:08am

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Here's mine


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#96 2020-11-20 10:45am

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Well it may have been the fact I won’t ship it honestly. I was asking 1300 for it locally. I mean there not available all that much anymore and this one has all Lineage Parts along with some re-done Mirra Pro bars on it. So I figured it was a really fair price. The Lineage Stuff really holds its value because all the guys throwing it on the sports and masters and such. I just thought Haro really dropped the ball with the Tribute Pros. I think they owed Dave a lot more in my opinion. I think the Tributes should have been given this type of touch to go along with all there other fine remakes.


Man, if my f*cking ex-wife asked me to take care of her f*cking dog while she and her boyfriend went to Honolulu, I'd tell her to go f*ck herself. Why can't she board it?

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#97 2020-11-20 10:46am

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Man, if my f*cking ex-wife asked me to take care of her f*cking dog while she and her boyfriend went to Honolulu, I'd tell her to go f*ck herself. Why can't she board it?

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#98 2021-03-07 12:40pm

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Re: Dave Mirra's Haro's from 95-06

Hi guys,

Dave used a 1" threadless Hoffman Super Fork on his yellow Blammo, does anybody know what headset he might have used?
Thanks

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#99 2021-03-08 8:51am

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Hi guys,

Dave used a 1" threadless Hoffman Super Fork on his yellow Blammo, does anybody know what headset he might have used?
Thanks

I thought the yellow Blammos were 1 1/8". I thought only the chrome 96 was 1".

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#100 2021-03-08 6:38pm

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blammo585 wrote:

racer155 wrote:

Hi guys,

Dave used a 1" threadless Hoffman Super Fork on his yellow Blammo, does anybody know what headset he might have used?
Thanks

I thought the yellow Blammos were 1 1/8". I thought only the chrome 96 was 1".

AFAIK '96 was the last year for 1" threaded, based on the Zippo I have a '96 threaded, after years all Threadless... I think this is a general Haro thing.

Thing is, Dave seems to have used the 1" threadless Hoffman fork on his 97 Yellow Blammo...my Blammo (a Mirra replica) came with HS cups for a 1" headset, but because of the fork, it has to be threadless. I have the headset, I was just wondering if anybody knew what he rode, that's all

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