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Old 06-26-06, 03:31 PM   #1
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would a haro F4 be a good flatland bike?

well? i found one for a really great price! do you think its worth it for a begginer?


P.S. the price is 209.00
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Old 06-26-06, 04:25 PM   #2
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Why did you make another thread? You were just talking about the same bike in another thread. Is the other thread not good enough for you? Or do you just go by the old saying 'two threads are better than one'?
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Old 06-26-06, 04:26 PM   #3
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LOL! no...i was asking which one i should get...people were just saying haro is dumb...so thats coo but i wanna know what kinda bike i should get! i kinda need this info soon...or at least it would be nice to have it before thursday cus im going on vacation. so could you suggest a bike i should buy?
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Old 06-26-06, 04:31 PM   #4
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First of all, don't say "lol" or "coo" or "cus". Second of all, I answered your question in your other thread.
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Old 06-26-06, 05:06 PM   #5
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Nope dude, there both pretty awfull for a flat bike.
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Old 06-26-06, 06:42 PM   #6
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but like...for a begginer...like ive only done this 2 times with my buddies bike...im not gunna be doing anything crazy like you can Mikato...like that thing on ur myspace that was aweosme BTW. I deffinatly hope to inveest in a KHE later on but for now i just need something to get the hang of the basics on.
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Try a wal mart bike for less then $100.00, they are durable enough to take the abuse of flatland, yet cheap enough to eventually throw away if you decide to get a flatland complete bike. My first flat bike was a $80.00 mongoose that weighed like 40 pounds. I did my first squeaker on it, just remember you need 4 pegs, and good U-Brakes.
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No, the Haro F4 is not a flat bike.
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Bought an F2 for 219. Didn't know they made an F4. I know an F3 costs more than an F2 so if an if F4 is even better then I'd say you're looking at a good deal.
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Bought an F2 for 219. Didn't know they made an F4. I know an F3 costs more than an F2 so if an if F4 is even better then I'd say you're looking at a good deal.
To bad he was asking if it was a good flatland bike, and its not even a flat land bike at all.
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To bad he was asking if it was a good flatland bike, and its not even a flat land bike at all.
Yeah, but no one listens to the people that know what there talking about, like us.

Haha, they might get the right thing!
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Yeah, but no one listens to the people that know what there talking about, like us.

Haha, they might get the right thing!
I've noticed.
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True! My bad!
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True! My bad!
I mean about it being a flatland bike.
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I've noticed.
Oh well.

Its still fun wasting time on here!
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Old 07-18-06, 06:01 PM   #16
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Haro used to make few Flatland specific bikes... M-5 and M-7. They made them in 05 i dont know if they still do. check a local dealer. sometimes haro has some older bikes that are laying around.
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