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post #1 of 25 Old 09-23-2004, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
 
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Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

Can you picture loading this?
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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

How the hell do you get them way up there
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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

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How the hell do you get them way up there
Ride up the ramp, then hit the brakes. Hard. And hold until someone ties you down.
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Ride up the ramp, then hit the brakes. Hard. And hold until someone ties you down.

I want to see a video of that.
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Ride up the ramp, then hit the brakes. Hard. And hold until someone ties you down.
I guess its all about throttle control. A little to much and you get to fall off the roof of an H2. Sounds like fun
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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

SMTB,

You really have a hard-on for an H2 don't you?

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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

No thanks on that one. I thought it was bad enough having to push my bike into the back of my Ranger up a ramp.

I suppose it would double as a good take-off ramp if there were no jumps around .


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No thanks on that one. I thought it was bad enough having to push my bike into the back of my Ranger up a ramp.

I suppose it would double as a good take-off ramp if there were no jumps around .


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You push it up? I just ride up into my F-150.
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SMTB,

You really have a hard-on for an H2 don't you?
Yeah, I will get an SUT at some point. Probably after the Yota is though. Funny, tons of my friends are like: "just get the H1 if you want to be a real man" Well, I like the bells and the whitsles...plus if I wanted to drive a dump truck I would buy a freightliner.

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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

Make sure you have a second car as the Hummer is on the top of the list for the worst dependability.
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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

There is no way I would trust the straps.

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Make sure you have a second car as the Hummer is on the top of the list for the worst dependability.
I always thought it was interior quality control that was lacking. It should run fine as the mechanicals are borrrowed from the Suburban I believe.

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Re: Loading Dirtbikes on a H2

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Make sure you have a second car as the Hummer is on the top of the list for the worst dependability.
really? I thought it was a surb/tahoe basically?!?

EDIT: fl-929 beat me too it!

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really? I thought it was a surb/tahoe basically?!?

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Makes sense. Right in line with Chevy.

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