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  1. H2Miami
    01-08-2019 01:56 PM - permalink
    You will love these tires .
    I just came back from a road trip to Tn . 2000 miles . Lot of hyw miles , some light mud . Steeped hills , rain . Im impressed how well they performed.
    Fuel eco is so so . I put 67psi , only could get 11.8mph .
    of course many facts affect this too
  2. H2Miami
    12-17-2018 07:56 PM - permalink
    Hi buddy. Very sorry I never answered this . I dont look often to the bell showing new messages. In fact I just notice there was a bell . Lol

    the tires are pretty good . Much less noisy than previous duratracks . Perform much better in heavy rain . No hydroplaning at all .
    Will this tires last as much as I would like ?
    I doubt it . Only have it for a few thousand miles (~3000) and there you can see some wear .
    but at the price I paid (1000) I will be happy if can make 25k miles before need to be replaced
    also no wobbling (not sure it os the correct terminology)
    and they looks great
    Im going Tn this winter if I get to test it in snow (hopefully) will let you know how it performed
  3. flyday58
    06-08-2016 09:44 PM - permalink
    Just sent an email to Mash Motors...
  4. dr.drew2
    03-25-2016 11:28 AM - permalink
    I have gobi rack for H2. Located in Zanesville Ohio.
  5. mik4634
    09-22-2015 09:16 PM - permalink
    08 h3 right rear end randomly dips under normal driving conditions?
  6. Iluminati
    08-02-2015 07:29 PM - permalink
    Me and a friend did the conversion, I also have detailed picture of everything. Feel free to ask any questions about the conversion!
  7. Synthetickiller
    05-21-2015 08:01 AM - permalink
    I have one of these sitting around for when I get to changing the fluild:

    There's just no room to fit channel locks where it connects. I have a very large set & even if I can get them in there, they ruin the clamp & are still not "strong" enough. I'm not a weak guy by any means & that hose clamp just stays put.

    It's designed so you can't service it w/o special tools.
  8. ryaleon
    05-20-2015 03:49 PM - permalink
    So there is a tool that makes it easier?
  9. ryaleon
    05-20-2015 08:25 AM - permalink
    I'll be replacing the radiator in a few days. I was thinking you just needed a pair of channel locks to remove the clamp but I haven't actually got under there to look
  10. ryaleon
    05-19-2015 01:14 AM - permalink
    I was wondering if I could get some info about how you flushed your coolant?

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    2009 Hummer H2 Silver Ice LE
    Kryptonite Parts: UCAs, upper ball joints, tie rods. Hellwig anti-sway bars, King Offroad Racing Shocks, Stillen rotors. 35x12.50r17 BFG KO2 tires (33.5" actual height )

    Next Project: Kryptonite lower ball joints & Timken wheel hub/bearings.


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