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Old 09-11-2002, 04:38 PM
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Just three fingers? what happened to the last one? accident? born like that???
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Old 09-18-2002, 01:46 PM
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Hey Chris K...point your finger at someone!!!! Which direction is your thumb pointed???? Hopefully, not back at you!!! I guess that leaves three fingers pointed back in your direction wise guy!!!! Unless you are a poodle and you point with your thumb????

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So where are these pictures JELVIS
 
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Old 09-18-2002, 07:59 PM
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You want to pimp it? Roll up in one of these
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Old 09-30-2002, 10:20 PM
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TANK..........this is the thread I was talking about.............
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Old 09-30-2002, 11:37 PM
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This is what we towed with at 1st...........
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But the wife wouldn't drive because of the size difference. The little Jimmy pulled hard on the hills, 60-65 mph, but the braking was a little scary . So this is what we tow with now........ 2000 k2500,454/Auto with 1 ton rear. Starting to accesorize, new style wheels and Nitto Terra grapplers,285/75R16, soon to come Cowl hood and exhaust!
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Someone asked if the H2 was a Tahoe with square body panels. We've sold three of them so far and these boogers are some cool hardware. The H1 is by far the premium piece of heavy-duty offroad equipment, but makes a fairly sh%tty street machine. The H2 is still a solid offroader, with its short front and rear overhangs, but is also very Escalade-ish inside. Nice premium GM leather seats, good-looking center console and ultra trick dash with Bose sound. Comfortable truck and drives more or less "halfway" between the 1/2 and 3/4-ton Tahoe. A stiffer ride than the 1/2 ton, but very compliant as well (with the air adjustable suspension). Lots of cool features and the only "minus' is the spare in the rear cargo area. We sold one and retrofitted another rear seat to provide more seating area (customer keeps spare in garage...).

If you are looking for some notoriety and are willing to spend the mid $50's for an Escalade, go for the H2 and you will get all the notice you could ever want.

I dang sure wouldn't try to over-tow with it, though...
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Nort, I could be suspended from the board for this but the Board God and the one who started this thread just bought a new HUMMER H2. No more bashing on his part.

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I know.....I forgot to ask what color it was. His boat is quite a bit lighter than Jim's Tiger....like 1/2 the weight! So he could probabaly tow that F2 TopGun no problemo.
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