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1988 Haro Master

#1 2008-01-01 3:43pm

joe6187
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1988 Haro Master

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1988 Haro Master

First Owner of this Baby

She with me about 20 years , still keep weekly ride and trickes , perpare to rebuild , hope she can with me in next 20 years!


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#2 2008-01-02 8:09pm

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

The black forkstanders are a nice touch.  How are the double rear brakes work?  Looks pretty cool.  Easily another 20 years.


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#3 2008-01-02 8:13pm

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

yeah... woah..

what's up with double rear brakes...???
haha.


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#4 2008-01-03 7:22pm

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

GREAT looking bike - seems like she's been ridden hard and well-loved.  Like every Master should be!  Really cool pics, too, by the way.

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#5 2008-01-04 3:17am

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

what's up with double rear brakes...??? 

cos i am a poor kids when 20 years ago...cant afford the GYRO cables (always broken)
so my whole bike use normal cables , and use double rear brakes can solve the problem , but the advantages of double brakes is i can use freewheel to play "PEDALS PICKER"

Thanks guys

Last edited by joe6187 (2010-12-10 7:32am)


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#6 2008-03-08 8:46pm

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

That is a cool; bike love the rear brake set up it does look loved

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#7 2010-03-23 3:05am

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

Can't wait to see you wave your magic wand over this bike..
You collection is impeccable! Well done!

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#8 2010-07-22 8:59pm

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

It's cool you've held onto it so long. Wish I still had my 86 Sport.
Just got it replaced. Though not as cheap as back in '86. :(

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#9 2010-12-10 5:02am

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

Way cool!  Now I understand the double brake thing.  My '87 Sport was set up the same way when I bought it the other year.  I never had any issues with my GT's breaks back in the day so I didn't understand the second caliper.


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#10 2010-12-10 7:21am

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

Thanks, what is ur purpose for the double brake setup? :)


freestyle4me wrote:

Way cool!  Now I understand the double brake thing.  My '87 Sport was set up the same way when I bought it the other year.  I never had any issues with my GT's breaks back in the day so I didn't understand the second caliper.

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#11 2013-09-22 7:21am

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Re: 1988 Haro Master

i like bikes like this ... ridden hard and survived the teat of time.

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