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    Haro Sonix 650B build project

    Latest project.
    Ill update the thread with more info and better pictures in a few days because im on my phone right now.

    Oh its gonna be singlespeed.

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    cool!

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    Teaser

    Quote Originally Posted by veloreality
    Latest project.

    Oh its gonna be singlespeed.
    Cool is right! Chain tensioner?
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    I'm riding a Haro sonix 650b myself. bought when they came out mine is a small. Love this bike! Did you find a clearance deal on frames? I would not mind picking up a spare frame.

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    Rode the piss out of it this weekend and loved every bit of it.

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    I didn't have the spacers for the shock so I rigged it up with some random washers for now. I'll order the right **** from fox sooner or later.

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    blue chris king ss hubs
    white dt swiss comp spokes
    black velocity p35 hubs

    coming soon

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    Schweet! Looks like a great riding bike and the Single Speed option is just gravy with this design. Does it feel beefy enough for all-mountain riding ie launching off 3Ft plus drops?
    Hate to see innovative designs go out because of the economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterat Pat
    Schweet! Looks like a great riding bike and the Single Speed option is just gravy with this design. Does it feel beefy enough for all-mountain riding ie launching off 3Ft plus drops?
    Hate to see innovative designs go out because of the economy.
    It should hold up to small drops no problem. I used to have a 26" sonix and did a few big drops and alot of super d races without a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veloreality
    It should hold up to small drops no problem. I used to have a 26" sonix and did a few big drops and alot of super d races without a problem.
    yea but you were never actually on the bike

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    Damn it dan! Just because your name is bold doesnt mean you need to make fun of my walking skills.

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    My new wheels are so sexy

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