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    Scrap frame, mz-3 fork.

    I have a question. would it be possible to put this frame:

    and this fork:

    together with the rest of the components on my current haro:

    and have it run well, or would it be too much work to get all the parts together?

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    oh yeah, and they'd only cost about $300 together

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    yea, should work out for the most part. mite need a few extra parts like seatpost if they're not the same size. but remember, your still gonna wanna upgrade alot of those parts if you get serious with riding.

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    alright, thanks, i think i'm going to buy them both

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    so you finally found the bike that u want.. congrats

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    Yeah most of the parts should work.
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    Can I paint your rockring, silly bun salad?

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    awesome, thanks alot guys. and mack, yes, I think I did

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    id try to upgrade your stem and bars, along with your gears...those bars wont last too long on even the smallest of jumps, they bend reallllyyyy quick.
    I went to the doctor and told him "hey doc, it hurts when I go like this" and the doc said "Does the rear feel too soft?"

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    Change key components like stem and bars, nice grippy pedals, half-decent seatpost. Look into nice comfy grips too. If you have some more money lying around I'd definitely check out a new crankset.

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    Ashland, why do you have two usernames?

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    i don't, it was kind of ironic, as i was looking for a pic of a haro to post, (because I had the same one) i noticed he had the same bike

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