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1999 Haro Zippo

#1 2020-05-13 7:18am

Mike_T
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1999 Haro Zippo

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1999 Haro Zippo

Sweet twin-top-tube mid-school ride.

Saw this one on Craigslist for under $100 and couldn't resist.
(Thought it looked like a bike I could just "pick up and ride," while I worked on other projects.)
But of course.....ended up swapping out half the parts....(do any of us actually REALLY go looking for a project.....or, instead....do projects find us?)
Original Zippo fork and handlebars turned out to be bent....so these 990-mount Haro Straight Shooter forks (a bmxmuseum score) got swapped on, as well as the S&M Castillo bars. Looks like previous owner mixed and matched some parts from a Free Agent BMX (the cranks are Free Agent) but it looks otherwise pretty stock.
Fun bike! Heavy bike! (I gotta stop acquiring and building mid-school bikes!)

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It all began with a White 1985 GT Mach One....

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#2 2020-05-13 7:18pm

thomps92
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Re: 1999 Haro Zippo

sweet


Anyone remember: Can Am BMX track, Lafargeville, NY in the 80's???? I Most Likely Kicked your ass there!!!!  "Riders ready! Watch The Lights!"

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#3 2020-05-14 3:37pm

Mike_T
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Re: 1999 Haro Zippo

thomps92 wrote:

sweet

Thanks man!

Side note:
I think I'll be taking this one apart someday soon......too many other frames I want to build up using some of these parts!


It all began with a White 1985 GT Mach One....

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