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    Newbie UziDoesIt's Avatar
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    F1 haro brake

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    I am looking to pur a straight cable on as the back brake, does anyone have any recommendations or know what kind i need to get? Length.. etc...

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    https://www.danscomp.com/products.ph...NAME&order=ASC

    anything in there will work, i suggest the odyssey linear cable

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    F1 Haro? The picture of yours isn't one. F1s all had an aggro geometry. Someone had the bright idea of building a more conventional "small" bike for asphalt parking lot races. It went nowhere.

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    I'll second the Odyssey Linear Slic Kable.

    Quote Originally Posted by NormanF View Post
    F1 Haro? The picture of yours isn't one. F1s all had an aggro geometry. Someone had the bright idea of building a more conventional "small" bike for asphalt parking lot races. It went nowhere.
    I think, you're thinking of the Dart F1, which was Haro's tiny track bike. They've since reused the F1 name on freestyle bikes.
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