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What did you do to your H2 recently?

Cajun_Tiger_Hummer

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I could definitely go to a 44" tire. Next time....lol
 

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Scarsman

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I love Boggers! If I ever have a dedicated trail rig it will probably end up with Boggers. I just could never afford to run them on a daily driver!
 

Cyouincourt007

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Looking awesome!....what did i do with the deuce...lament the beautiful sut my wife let get away...and dream about the one Im going to get after I pay off da 3 :giggle:
 

mudbug

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Brighton,Co
What width are the boggers? Never mind I squinted my eyes and seen they are 13.5
If it count I thought about my H2 today. Still need to get a AGM charger to send to my parents so they won't burn up the battery.
 
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Big2dabank

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Youzers, that looks really sweet, just keep an eye on the front end that will certainly expedite wear and tear.

Haven't done much to my H2 lately, just pulled a huge stump out this weekend and felt the chain in the transfer case slip, so I guess that will be my next repair. Oh I did get the stump out. :)


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I also added protectors for all the top corner marker lights. They were chrome, so the handy black Plastic Dip came into play before installing them!
 

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twinmill28

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Gawdamn those have got to be noisier than the POS 37's I put on the deuce because I was po and bought CL takeoffs.
They look great but rattle every freakin' piece of plastic ever installed in my truck.
I'll be replacing mine with something (anything) quieter and with less vibrations than a bad porno on a Friday night........wait, what?
 
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I can't wait to install the rack either, it's definitely going to be bad ass and zombie prepared... And yes, I will have 360° lighting, and many other things I will be adding, the Rotopax gas can & water holder are ready to be mounted as soon as it arrives, thanks to Knight Metal Works, Scarsman!
 

derian06

Red Rockett
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Madison, AL
I can't wait to install the rack either, it's definitely going to be bad ass and zombie prepared... And yes, I will have 360° lighting, and many other things I will be adding, the Rotopax gas can & water holder are ready to be mounted as soon as it arrives, thanks to Knight Metal Works, Scarsman!

I was thinking about installing 2 solar panels that will lay flat on my roofrack, thoughts on this?
 

Synthetickiller

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United States
Installed front & rear hellwig sway bars.
I'm confused as heck about the torque specs. I'll be bugging you guys, I mean posting a question. ;)

I was thinking about installing 2 solar panels that will lay flat on my roofrack, thoughts on this?

This is an interesting idea. Keep in mind, clean them daily. The issue with solar panels is that dust or anything blocking the transmission of light will quickly make them lose efficiency. As for how quickly, I couldn't tell you. I doubt either of us would have as many issues as those in the midwest or desert areas.

Did you have an panels picked out? What were you going to charge / power with these?
 
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I like the solar panels idea, but I would keep them covered until I know that I will be parked for a long period of time, or another situation like that. At least till I come up with additional needs.
 

Synthetickiller

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Changed my rear dif fluid.
What a nightmare. There's a bar covering it you have to remove before accessing all 10,000 bolts.
Just glad it's changed.

Onto the front diff fluid , transfer case fluid & engine coolant.
 

Cajun_Tiger_Hummer

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Lafayette, La
Man those tires look great!

Thanks!!!

Okay, I didn't add anything recently, but i did put about 400 miles on it this weekend, for Easter vacation. 90% interstate travel. Ride was smoother than expected. Tires are super super loud, but that's a given. Mileage dropped from the 11-12 range to the 8-9 range. As for acceleration, these tires are taller but lighter than my 41's, so it wasn't a problem. But essentially I need to jump on it, and re gear this sucker. So if any one has 4.88 or 5.15 gears for sale at a decent price. PM.
 
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