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Old 06-11-2010, 08:32 AM   #91
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I only hate "hummers".. meaning H2 & H3.

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^^ Looks like your TJ "took advantage" of her...
Yeah, my Jeep has felt lonely so I let it go a little wild.

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Also, my girlfriend was yelling at me the entire time because I parked by Fudruckers, but we were going to Olive Garden and she didn't want to walk (there was a space right up front my Olive Garden)

I exclaimed, "But its for a wranglerforum Thread!!!!

She called me a nerd, and walked away. Haha.
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Also, my girlfriend was yelling at me the entire time because I parked by Fudruckers, but we were going to Olive Garden and she didn't want to walk (there was a space right up front my Olive Garden)

I exclaimed, "But its for a wranglerforum Thread!!!!

She called me a nerd, and walked away. Haha.
My wife has used that term about me and the forum... No worries.
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They just don't understand the Wrangler bond...
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damn it guys, now I"m gonna have to start doing this. I"ve been trying to control myself. but this is too hilarious.

Hummer Hunting Texas Style...just wait.
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Breeding grounds of the not-so-elusive Hummer include suburbia and prime urban areas.

Hummers are known to feed at suburban chain restaurants and are often sighted galloping through mall parking lots.

Good luck, and good hunting!
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damn it guys, now I"m gonna have to start doing this. I"ve been trying to control myself. but this is too hilarious.

Hummer Hunting Texas Style...just wait.
Same here.. I'm going to start carrying my camera with me.
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Old 06-11-2010, 10:00 AM   #100
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damn it guys, now I"m gonna have to start doing this. I"ve been trying to control myself. but this is too hilarious.

Hummer Hunting Texas Style...just wait.
A Hummer with Longhorns on the hood would be a wall hanger for sure.

Stay safe, this is getting dangerous my wife almost got me into a "mall" the other day. I can only amagine what goes on in that horrific place.
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Old 06-11-2010, 10:21 AM   #101
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So i take it as wrangler owners we hate hummers?
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No, as normal human beings we hate them.
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Old 06-11-2010, 10:44 AM   #102
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My buddys H1 on his property checking out the construction when his front tires fell through the ice. I told him I don't want any money for the pull but I do want pics! It wasn't a very hard pull but one that the Hummer could not get itself out of. To tell the truth, I really like his H1 and would like to have one myself someday.
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ROFLMAO I have those conversations with the wife as well
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Old 06-11-2010, 10:56 AM   #104
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OHHHH HELL it is on like Doney Kong.

I live in Houston and there are sooo many damn POSERS in this area. Easy pickins

I will start my hunt today.

GOD SPEED.

On a Side Note:
I have to say being retired military the "Real Macoy" and the "H-1" are completely BAD A$$. I have taken a real hummer to places that scare billy goats. I have not yet got my JK to those hights just yet

YET!!!!
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No luck on lunch break. I was hoping to bag one during the lunch rush... but Rome was not primed for the hunt. I guess it was too hot.
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though i personally have always liked the HMMV's i heard that not only are the expensive to fix but that the independent suspension (though great clearance) has too many Ujoints that like to break. but other than their size and weight and what i just mentioned... pretty cool.

the H2's are a joke, a sad little joke that GM played on americans with the desire to own an H1 but without the money...

the H3's are much better than the H2's offroad ... stilll... not that great...but better...

so get to huntin'!!!! i saw one on the back of a semi the other day, all white with a pearl coat and 24" rims lmbo

i guess if the rich and famous liked our jeeps, there would be hilatious things done to them...*shakes head* good thing they like luxury and not utilitarian vehicles
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though i personally have always liked the hmmv's i heard that not only are the expensive to fix but that the independent suspension (though great clearance) has too many ujoints that like to break. But other than their size and weight and what i just mentioned... Pretty cool.

The h2's are a joke, a sad little joke that gm played on americans with the desire to own an h1 but without the money...

The h3's are much better than the h2's offroad ... Stilll... Not that great...but better...

So get to huntin'!!!! I saw one on the back of a semi the other day, all white with a pearl coat and 24" rims lmbo

i guess if the rich and famous liked our jeeps, there would be hilatious things done to them...*shakes head* good thing they like luxury and not utilitarian vehicles :d
can i get an "aaaaaaammmmmeeeeeennnnnnnn" amen brother
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I bagged one!
Should this one be on a family friendly forum???
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HMMWV's are no joke.. H1 is close, but they are very wide. Otherwise they are highly capable and have a great GM Diesel engine.. 6.5 I think and you can get parts anywhere. Also there are tons of mechanics out in the world that are experts on these engines because of a military mechanic's background...

..however.. you're right.. the H2's and H3's are a complete joke..
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Should this one be on a family friendly forum???
Nothing specific was mentioned, so I think we're okay.
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HMMWV's are no joke.. H1 is close, but they are very wide. Otherwise they are highly capable and have a great GM Diesel engine.. 6.5 I think and you can get parts anywhere. Also there are tons of mechanics out in the world that are experts on these engines because of a military mechanic's background...

..however.. you're right.. the H2's and H3's are a complete joke..

They have either the detroit diesel 6.5 or the 6.2. But the 2006 alpha had the duramax 6.6, which would be awesome IMO. I'd love to have the H1, military or alpha version. And with the aftermarket treads, they are unstoppable in comparison. But yea, H2's are a joke, H3, I like the pickup version, but I love trucks, so yea.

Next time I'm out, I'll have to get some pics with the TJ and some hummers, quite a few hummer dealerships here in Houston.
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Breeding grounds of the not-so-elusive Hummer include suburbia and prime urban areas.

Hummers are known to feed at suburban chain restaurants and are often sighted galloping through mall parking lots.

Good luck, and good hunting!
one quick note.

H2 and H3's have been know to wet them selves at the sight of dare I say it

M.U.D.
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one quick note.

H2 and H3's have been know to wet them selves at the sight of dare I say it

M.U.D.
After a recent road trip, Johnson noticed his Hummer was leaking rapidly after splashing through a muddy puddle

Ever since then, Johnson has to maintain and empty the Hummer Diaper seen below.

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I'm not in the Jeep today, does it count as a bag, if its a BMW doing the bagging?
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Boooooo!!! Hissssss!!!!

Haha, just playing. Why not? ! Bag that mother!! If the Beemer has the cajones to bring your trophy home, let it prove itself and try it! haha
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After a recent road trip, Johnson noticed his Hummer was leaking rapidly after splashing through a muddy puddle

Ever since then, Johnson has to maintain and empty the Hummer Diaper seen below.

Fake off road vehicle using fake off road props...

Jeep uses real mud:
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I'm not in the Jeep today, does it count as a bag, if its a BMW doing the bagging?
THere's an H3 outside in my work's parking lot, I'm going to take a pic of it with my s10.
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I've got to get in on this action.. I can't believe I didn't see any at lunch..
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I'm not in the Jeep today, does it count as a bag, if its a BMW doing the bagging?

I think it counts but be careful your beemer might want you to bring the Hummer home.
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I just wanna say that I love this thread. It's so easy to explain to my friends.

"Happy Hunting"

Oh, and I haven't painted the flares because I wasn't sure if I was going to swap them out or rhino line them. I'm bored, so maybe I'll just paint them today.

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