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Old 10-17-2011, 05:02 PM
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Hey guys, Im about to trick out an H1 Hummer and was wanting some good places to shop. Any ideas?
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Old 10-17-2011, 05:11 PM
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Looks like all it needs is some trail damage.
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What year is it and how long have you had it? I had a 2001 for a while.
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did you just get it? looks like one that was on ebay last week from the way the cable is hookd on the front.

predator has all the cool hi dollar stuff.

http://www.predatorinc.com/
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We've had it a couple of days. It's a 2001. Boss man wants to add some stuff to it and drive it for a while.
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Here ya go...
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We've had it a couple of days. It's a 2001. Boss man wants to add some stuff to it and drive it for a while.
Be careful with it....they are more delicate than you would think..............
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A .50 cal or a mk 19 is a hellova lot cooler than a bumper.

Avoid IEDs if you can, they dont hold up worth a damn unless they are up-armored.
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Hey guys, Im about to trick out an H1 Hummer and was wanting some good places to shop. Any ideas?
What are you looking to do?

I mean subtle little things or major mods?

FYI everything for these is expensive.

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Old 10-17-2011, 11:04 PM
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I have a H1 Soft top...tons of fun...check out lynch for basics

http://www.lynchhummer.com/
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