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#1 2008-11-09 1:11am

dethtrk17
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1999 Haro Master

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/master17.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/sd532382.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/sd532383.jpg

1999 Haro Master

I do not own this anymore...see user    "speedwheels"
 
But, I wish I had another. I built this bike just to play around on with long term plans to restore with all factory parts. Obviously that never happened. If you got one of these around you want gone...lemme know!


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#2 2008-11-10 2:18pm

jdavis
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

Awesome find!  Love the chrome-olive haro master.  Can't wait to see it finished.


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#3 2008-11-20 9:00pm

polanco
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

nice,never saw those upclose,just remember chad d riding one back then,is it nice,I mean,the geometry?does it compare to the newer m7?just curious,it does look cool,specially this way!

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#4 2008-11-21 6:23pm

dethtrk17
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

thanks polanco:D

in my opinion this model master had the best geometry aside from the seat tube angle.

75 heat tube
18.75" top tube length(supposed to be)
13" chain stay length
69 seat tube

the only thing about these masters is they are SOOOOOO heavy. the frame and fork them selves are close to 10.5 lbs. its a tank but I still enjoy it.

stay tuned..im gonna set it up with more up-to-date LIGHTER flatland parts to get it under 30 lbs!!


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#5 2008-11-26 9:28am

jdavis
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

I have both bikes (1999 Master / M7) and love them both.  The 1999 does have a very short top tube but has a longer chainstay for sure - more like 14 than 13.  Regardless it still handles very well and is solid.  The M7 is much lighter and the geometry a little better (longer top tup and shorter chainstay).  I really like how you mixed the old with the new - an incredible fusion or mid and new school.


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#6 2011-06-02 7:39am

dethtrk17
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

Even though this baby has been sold for a while.. I found this pic in my photobucket and HAD to make it the main pic. I miss this bike badly. If you have a 99 Master in this chromolive color or even the chrome it came in, please PM me!!! I want another one soooo bad.

Anyways, enjoy!!


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#7 2013-06-07 5:03pm

dartg0dtoo
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

I have an 89 master, and got this 99 in a deal, spent 120 just gettin it back in rideable condition.   Took it out once and HATED it, I was sooo scrunched up on it.  now I gotta find me another beater, if I decide to sell it, I'll give you first refusal.http://bmxlivin.com/file/pic/photo/2013/06/32e1ed63865b550979893bc1f88867ef_500.jpg?t=51b2743157ca1

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#8 2014-04-21 3:30pm

ED209
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Re: 1999 Haro Master

I know of 2 NOS chrome frames for sale in the UK smile

[img]http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i63/209ed/Screenshot2014-04-06at222042_zps0598c505.jpg[/img]


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Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

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