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Old 02-26-2006, 12:45 AM   #11
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H2 = Heavly rebadged Chevy Tahoe.
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Old 02-26-2006, 12:52 AM   #12
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H2 = Heavly rebadged Chevy Tahoe.
No kidding, same frame, just an ugly *** body plunked down onto it
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That audi driver must have felt like a fool!

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The 5.9'* are impressive. There was one for sale in Canandaigua, NY, I think it had about $8000 on the window.
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Nice video. I love the Jeep climbing around the Hummer in the beginning. Those Hummers and H2'* shouldn't be stuck in some of those places, guess that just goes to show the drivers of those things are mostly morons.

5.9 Grands are great! Wish I could have found one. I do beleive the front drive shaft is pulled in the one drifting on the street though. I had a friend with one, it was quite the machine. Think ricers hate loosing to bonnevilles? They don't like loosing to 4wd Jeeps either. A guy in a A4 was always talking sh** about my friends 5.9 till they both entered a local snow rally. Took the best 4 of 5 laps, my friend was a minute faster then everyone else on each of his laps. Vid is Quicktime.
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The H2 is just a "status" icon. I have a 4x4 1991 Suburban and a 1992 4x4 F-150. They would hold up, take on and from the videos I just watched make the H2 owners cry when I whip them. I do not own a jeep but I do see the attraction.
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