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1988 Haro Master (with lots of photos)


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In 1991, I bought a brand new 1988 Haro Master frameset.

I never used it. That frame and fork sat in a closet for 17 years.

This past January, I decided 20 years was long enough. Time to build it.

Here are the results. Enjoy!

http://www.wyndfeath...8haromaster.htm

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Steve Blackey

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Nicely done!! Now get on it and ride... :rawks:

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WOW NOS.... Nice ! :) I'm loving your bike, in fact I ride the same thing :OSThumbsUpPeace[1]: I'm not crazy about the new school parts in the mix but if everyone built there bike exactly like me it'd be kind of boring

Anyway the bike is beautiful and I'm glad after all these years you are finally appreciating it :) Go out and enjoy it this summer

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:bowdownAll:

Nicely done!! Now get on it and ride... :rawks:

Thanks to you both. And yes, I've been riding it just about everyday since I finished it.

WOW NOS.... Nice ! :) I'm loving your bike, in fact I ride the same thing :OSThumbsUpPeace[1]: I'm not crazy about the new school parts in the mix but if everyone built there bike exactly like me it'd be kind of boring

Anyway the bike is beautiful and I'm glad after all these years you are finally appreciating it :) Go out and enjoy it this summer

Welcome to the site

Brian

Thank you. Yeah, I'm more into having the right "look" than having original NOS parts. Although, that being said, about 90% of the bike is NOS original parts. I actually agree with you about not mixing new school parts. I hate that too. However, I only used new school parts which look visually similar enough to the old parts, that it still maintains a nice aesthetic.

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I have an 88 that I set up like a Team model in the same color, would you like to see it ?

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I have an 88 that I set up like a Team model in the same color, would you like to see it ?

Certainly. That would be cool. What is the link?




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