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Old 11-06-04, 07:47 AM
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question about haro bikes..........

is the Haro F4 better than the F2. what i mean is does the number (F2, F3, F4) represent neccesarily how good it is?

which do u think is best? my friend might get an F4 and i might get an F2
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i think i answered my own question. i was looking at the components of the F4, and F2 and they have nearly the exact same components. there is only one part that is different between the F2, and F4
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Well, usualy Haro did this for instance. Haro TR 2.0 ( 2000 Version ), Haro TR 2.1 ( 2001 Version ), Haro TR 2.2 ( 2002 Version ), and the Haro TR 2.3 ( 2003 Version )...but thats just what I was TOLD so I'm not sure but the numbers could mean the years, or version(s). Most Haro bikes that are of same model mostley have the same parts like crank, stem, bars, rims, peddles, sprocket, seat, and seat post.
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Old 11-06-04, 10:50 AM
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i think it does but they already have an F5 but its just like cars when in 2004 they already have 2005 modles
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Originally Posted by Solid
Well, usualy Haro did this for instance. Haro TR 2.0 ( 2000 Version ), Haro TR 2.1 ( 2001 Version ), Haro TR 2.2 ( 2002 Version ), and the Haro TR 2.3 ( 2003 Version )...but thats just what I was TOLD so I'm not sure but the numbers could mean the years, or version(s).
The numbers are the versions, with the 2.1 being the lowest grade.
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Old 11-09-04, 12:40 AM
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yep the higher the number, the better the bike and sometimes its also a little bigger the f2 is beginner and has a shorter frame and 1 piece cranks ur buddy's f4 has a slightly longer top tube and 3 piece cranks . i had an f3 (till i broke spokes in the front and rear, broke my cranks, and have a crapload of dents in the frame.
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i say if ur gonna buy a haro spend the extra money and get a mirra 540. im probably getting the new mirra flair ot the nyquist r2 in about 2 weeks. if not i might get an eastern or a fit or somethin.
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