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    Quote Originally Posted by QuantumPi View Post
    That's some nice pics

    Wish I was there, whould have liked to do some water wading.

    But someone had to show the Jeeps how to 4x4
    Thanks, wish I had some more, but its hard driving and taking photo's at the same time . need to get a dedicated photographer, lol.

    hehe, just beware of the wrath of the Jeep guys, they tend not to invite you on the next outing if you tend to do better than them (or is it the Hummer they just dont like)
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    Got a few photo's from other people that attended the Ararat day







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    Recieved a package from the states, whoo hoo

    It's skids for the rear shock mounts of the Hummer, and some Staun tire deflators



    Now to get them installed
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    Sennin

    That is sure one tidy, mean looking Hummer. I see that when you do things, you do it right first time. No bling bling, it just looks the part without an overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beetle View Post
    Sennin

    That is sure one tidy, mean looking Hummer. I see that when you do things, you do it right first time. No bling bling, it just looks the part without an overkill.
    thanks for the compliment .
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    Got the holiday bug bad, so decided to check everything this weekend









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    Sennin

    Lyk flippen goed eks nie n groot Hummer fan nie maar damm as hy so lyk sal ek hom verseker oorweeg
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    Take The Roads less traveled

    Alles in die lewe gebeur met n doel

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4 Bedinges View Post
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    Lyk flippen goed eks nie n groot Hummer fan nie maar damm as hy so lyk sal ek hom verseker oorweeg
    hmm, lyk my ek sal nog so paar veranderinge moet maak dat mense nie net sal oorweeg nie, maar wil doen
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    Wel eks oortuig sennin ek moet vir my n ander 4x4 aanskaf aangesien swambo die platkar gestop het en my laat verstaan het die spiertier is nou haarne.

    Sal kyk Januarie as ek in S.A is.Wie weet dalk staan daar ook een in my motorhuis as ek trug kom Saudi toe
    One life Live it

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    weekend fishing fun (all photo's taken with my cell I might add)

    Waiting for the rest of the people to join


    Next to the water




    Trailer running in the tracks of the hummer


    Sunset


    Time to head back
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    Good fotos, but no fish cought?
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuantumPi View Post
    Good fotos, but no fish cought?
    Lol, if you look closely in photo two you will see a massive one in front of the Hummer, just right for Barber bait
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    Default 400km and more than half tank left

    So I decided to take the Hummer along on holiday to visiting the family.

    Obviously I was in no rush to get down to North-West, so I switched on cruise control at a steady 100KPh and hit the road.

    100km


    200km


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    had to refill at just over 600km on the clock, so a nice stable 7.5km/liter
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    Why are the revs different in the last photo?

    You must have been really bored

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewfus View Post
    Why are the revs different in the last photo?

    You must have been really bored
    Think i was going up a hill in the last photo and the auto box kicked down a gear

    hmmm, Engineers, you never know what they are up to ( at least i didn't take so many photos that you could make a time lapse GIF)
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    Default baviaanskloof and 4000km later

    Hey guys I too took my H3 for an adventure over the last 14 days
    took him to baviaanskloof in the eastern cape what a beautiful trail nothing more than a grade 3 but very beautiful indeed.
    I drove from jhb to PE then to the trail then back to jhb then up north to Lephlala for some bush driving then back to jhb I averaged 14L/100 km and got a good 540km on a tank and only filling when the light came on. it took +- 75L per fill at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozen7days View Post
    Hey guys I too took my H3 for an adventure over the last 14 days
    took him to baviaanskloof in the eastern cape what a beautiful trail nothing more than a grade 3 but very beautiful indeed.
    I drove from jhb to PE then to the trail then back to jhb then up north to Lephlala for some bush driving then back to jhb I averaged 14L/100 km and got a good 540km on a tank and only filling when the light came on. it took +- 75L per fill at a time.

    Great consumption figures there , just goes to show what happens when you drive relaxed . my best to date was 12.5L/100km before the add ons on the hummer
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    So after getting flag from all the short people struggling to get into the Hummer, I decided to get a solution.

    enter the AMP Research Power steps


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    I see you got them from auto style how much did they charge you if you don't mind me asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frozen7days View Post
    I see you got them from auto style how much did they charge you if you don't mind me asking.

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    After negotiations I got the price reduced to R6,000 . (In the states they are on special now for $1300 So a worthwile investment I hope )
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