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    Quote Originally Posted by crwdsm View Post
    1994 Haro Impulse Comp (Original Owner)
    Wowzerz thats sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr View Post
    Wowzerz thats sweet
    I pulled it out of storage about 6 months ago and started to get back into riding again. I built this bike for myself in 1994 at the age of 14 from the Supergo catalog. The bike has Rock Shox Quadra's, LX derailleurs, XT Top mounts, pulstar straight spoke hubs, blue tektro brakes, and Fat bottom titanium bar ends. A blast from the past but with a weight of around 22-23lbs, still a solid bike.

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    Ride On bro
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    here's my R1...bought last july...xcr fork...xpedo pedals...wtb saddle...deore groupset....thanx for viewing...btw this pic was taken at sta. rosa laguna, philippines
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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~ View Post
    Haro Mary 29Ss here.

    Proto version, so the only 'stock' thing is the frame and the Reba.
    super sweet bike , really like that bike , like what you done with , hopefully there is a ride like that in my near future

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    Here is a pic of my old R5. She's an oldie, but still running as strong as day 1. No pedals on her as I am upgrading to clipless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haymitch View Post
    Here is a pic of my old R5. She's an oldie, but still running as strong as day 1. No pedals on her as I am upgrading to clipless.
    Lol Clipless is a downgrade. A good set of flats and shoes are soooo much better. Check out bikejames.com for more info on the clipless is better myth.
    It's not about what bike you ride, but how hard you tear it up

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    Clipless or flats which way to go

    Whichever you feel most comfortable with is the right one
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    Personally i prefered clipless!

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    this is a real HARO mtb

    vintage haro extreme girvin front fork ,not sure of the year ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr View Post
    Clipless or flats which way to go

    Whichever you feel most comfortable with is the right one
    Agreed Both have their potential merits and drawbacks. Try it all, ride the pants off it and use what works best for YOU
    Really clean looking bike BTW
    Luv n take care of yr bike. It will b more faithful than any woman or dog. Of course u cant blame a fart on yr bike. -Earl

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    Subscribed to Haro thread

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    Finally Have the X6 Extreme built up!
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    And the Haro's are happy together!
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    I am lurking around Haro bike frame and stumble into the X6L

    To all Haro-er,Is this a good deal should i bite

    ebay Item number:370544964376

    PS: My apology <10 post so couldnt put a link now
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    That's a size 14. I'm 5'11" and 16 is perfect. Equad88 is very reliable - I've purchased things from him in the past and was looking at his X6 Extreme Experts (dirt color) that he has available, but just found a better deal. If size 14 works for you, go for it. I love mine - just finished building it up last week, and descends and plows through rock gardens like butter . . . but also climbs a lot better than i expected.

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    Hi guys,
    This is my Haro Extreme X1 (same frame as actual X6):















    Bike setup:
    Frame size: S (16")
    Rear shock: Manitou Swinger 4-Way Coil 200x50mm
    Forks: Marzocchi Z1 Light ETA, 2006, 150mm

    Thinking about an upgrade with a Bomber 66 ETA 2006 and wondering if X1/X6 frame accepts a 200x57mm (8"x1 1/4") shock...
    Last edited by carlos40i4; 10-03-2011 at 09:44 AM.

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    @ carlos40i4

    Nice ride,I bet you are loving it.

    I am still trying to decide to build a 09 Haro X6 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by microbike View Post
    @ carlos40i4

    Nice ride,I bet you are loving it.

    I am still trying to decide to build a 09 Haro X6 too.
    Don't wait, just do it! You need time to adapt to your bike.

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    @ microbike
    Yeah, it's a great bike. I owned a Specialized Enduro 2005 and I found Haro much better
    Now I have some new stuff attached (wheels, tires, brakes, derailleur and shifters).

    Don't hesitate and go for it! It's a great AM bike and the rear travel feel is sooo nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlos40i4 View Post

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    Just a Hardtail Flightline Comp bought a year ago in July, strictly for exercise. I replaced the stock Kendas with the Trail Kings (verrry nice on dry, dusty uphills) and my LBS, Carolina Fatz, shortened the stem a tad. I don't know about all this fork discussion I see here but when I roll downhill (slowly, with the brakes engaged!) over roots and rocks, there's little jarring to my 64 yr old bod. I was told to stand and let my knees take the shock. That seems to work.

    I also got a personal trainer to pace my rides.
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    IT'S CRACKERS TO SLIP A ROZZER THE DROPSY IN SNIDE

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    Quote Originally Posted by 450VoltsDC View Post
    Just a Hardtail Flightline Compthere's little jarring to my 64 yr old bod. I was told to stand and let my knees take the shock. That seems to work.

    I also got a personal trainer to pace my rides.
    Yup stand knees an elbows bent to work as suspension and for pumping. When descending on roots N rocks stay off the brakes rely on momentum to skip over. Might want to test ride a FS youll be spoiled.

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    That's a great looking bike, 450VoltsDC! I like the color on that one.

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