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12/4/08 9:49 PM
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big_slacker
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A real hummer, not a rebadged tahoe. For such a monstrous vehicle there is surprisingly little legroom/space to move around. People sure stay out of your lane though.
12/5/08 12:43 AM
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Yep, biggest 4 passenger vehicle I know of.
12/14/08 12:22 PM
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I went out wheeling in a group with a real hummer once, cool rig for the desert but not for the woods. He had the station wagon one, give the guy credit though he was not afraid to use it, he smashed a window out of each side on that trail. Also when climbing a steep rock ledge in the middle of the trail he had a rough time skidding around waiting for the limited slips to engage and testing the skid plates. I like the look but I wouldn't buy a long box dually for trails.
12/14/08 12:27 PM
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 Because you are sharing the passenger compartment with the drivetrain.

Mark

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