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Old 11-17-08, 12:33 PM   #1
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What year?

How can I find the year of my Haro Nyquist Backtrailx24? The frame is a light beige color with black forks and 24" wheels.
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Old 11-17-08, 04:24 PM   #2
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contact Haro or go to their web page. It has some archived catalogs.

EDIT: Just went to their page and it has undergone a major redo. No old stuff there anymore that I could find.
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It is wierd too, because they don't even have a search feature! Maybe I will post a picture or two...I think that I will try to email Haro also.
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..... so that bottle is for a horn?
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Oh...yah. http://nordicgroup.us/s78/images/airzound2.jpg
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im going to say before 2002.
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According to this

http://flickr.com/photos/40206389@N00/1164102472

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Is the horn loud?
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Is the horn loud?
Yah. It is basically a little air horn on steroids that you can mount onto and operate on your bike. It is very useful, because I ride to school every other day. I can prove that it works too. I was just aboiut to cross the street, when a female driver was looking to her left as she was turning right (what more could you expect?) So I gave the horn trigger a few small taps, and she stopped that car FAST. I just smiled and kept on riding. Of course there are more near-death experiences that this horn saved me from facing. But all who ride a lot should buy one. I got mine for a little over $35, including shipping and handling. It is cool too, because it has an noise adjustment lever on the right side of it. You can turn it off using it, which is great. I might create a stupid video of it in use...
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