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Old March 26th, 2008, 11:34 AM   #1
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Old March 26th, 2008, 01:16 PM   #2
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If you were in a jeep behind them you'd be saying, "holy shit lets go" I didn't see anything remotely difficult about that. You could do that with a liberty with a trail rated badge on it.
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Old March 26th, 2008, 01:18 PM   #3
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If you were in a jeep behind them you'd be saying, "holy shit lets go" I didn't see anything remotely difficult about that. You could do that with a liberty with a trail rated badge on it.
Definitely not in a libery without a trail rated badge though. Those add some serious offroad ability.
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is the H2 on a suburban frame?
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the site won't load for me here at work for some reason, so I'm unsure if it's related.

one of my best friends is a gm engineer, and was part of a group from the milford proving grounds that did hummer breakage out at moab last year, and then this winter up in the UP doing cold weather evaluation. he loves his job :D
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depends on who you ask...........
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Definitely not in a libery without a trail rated badge though. Those add some serious offroad ability.
I would have said without the badge but I did see one spot where you wouldn't have made it without teh badge!:tonka:
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is the H2 on a suburban frame?
I think the technical answer you will get is that it is on the same platform. Just like the H3 is on the colorado platform.
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