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1999 Haro Blammo

#1 2021-01-16 4:08pm

Duke 01
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1999 Haro Blammo

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1999 Haro Blammo

1999 Blammo, rider from back in the day

This was a rider from back in 1999.
Rear dropouts were cut straight just like Mirra and Nyquist used to cut theirs for weight savings and not to mess the grind tricks.
Bike was left as is, as i was riding it and brings memories back.
I will redo the rims and sprocket soon though. I might fit the ABS front brake (i have it from my 1998)


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#2 2021-01-17 7:16pm

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Re: 1999 Haro Blammo

Hell yea man looks rad!

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#3 2021-01-19 9:33am

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Re: 1999 Haro Blammo

Moshdj wrote:

Hell yea man looks rad!

It indeed looks rad!

love it

I will preserve the frame as is.

I dont know how i came up with the idea of cutting down the drops.
It was done clean though, the cut :P


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