Attention: Due to a nationwide shortage of plastics, I am currently (June 29) unable to get more of the materials I use to make these plates. The current estimate for the materials to be back in stock in November.
in stock is six to 12 weeks. This means, what you see here is what I have and what I will have for two to three months or more. Also, I expect another (third this year) increase in prices.
So, get your plates now while you can.These replica Haro Type 2 Plates are about as good as you'll find anywhere. I've been making these (and other styles) by hand from start to finish for more than 10 years and I have hundreds of happy customers.
Each is hand made by me in basically the same way and using the same basic materials as they were back in the 1980s when Haro first introduced the Type 2, and before the switch to injection molded plates. I use eyelets like originals, instead of the rivets and velcro of the plates that came a little later.
Plates fit most traditional, two-piece BMX handlebars with 5.5"-9" rise and 23-25" width. They may also fit other sizes. They will not fit CW bars or four-piece welded bars. They also will not fit the wide, low-profile cruiser bars used in the late-1970s and into 1980/81 or similar modern bars like those used on some SE Bikes. For those cruiser bars, we recommend the cropped Series One plates, which are what the pros used back in the day. Please check the fit guide in the photos.