I picked up a Haro V2 on CL for $50. I was looking for bike to turn into a neighborhood beater with my kids so my Sette could stop pulling double duty. The opinions on this bike seem mixed (from what I can find) but overall descent for an entry level mountain bike.
Here's a quick pic:
[IMG]<a href="http://s525.photobucket.com/albums/cc336/jeremykc1976/Bikes/?action=view&current=HaroV2.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i525.photobucket.com/albums/cc336/jeremykc1976/Bikes/HaroV2.jpg" border="0" alt="Haro V2, 2004?19.5 Frame"></a>[/IMG]
It's in pretty good shape. Wasn't shifting right, etc... but I adjusted eveything and cleaned her up and she's shifting fine now. The rear tire was also not true but I was able to get that cleared up with spoke adjustments.
Anyway, the frame is set-up to accept disc brakes, but I'm curious if the wheels for the bike could, too, or how to know if they can. I don't mind reading to learn, just couldn't find the answer. I know some wheels are made for both. Sorry if that's a dumb question. I'm still very much learning. Lol, I had to watch YouTube and LiveStrong vids to figure out the other adjustments I did
Thank in advance-
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