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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-17-2003, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Hmmmm, looks like the Dodge faired much better in this altercation.
Can't take credit for the find. Came from an old "work" buddy.
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$500 a month payments and thats the best an H2 can do in a head on collision???
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Id like to see it hit some pre-87 GMs that are built to run stuff over, not crumple when they hit something [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Thats just sad . I know it is supposed to have a crumple zone ....but thats a big arrss zone !
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..cause that's an H2 - those are weenies [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
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I've been wondering how long it would be before I saw a H2 smashed up... That is really bad, a total lose. But everyone needs to remember that its just a Suburban with a body kit and 35" tires. I can't say I like these crumple zones, but I guess if they save lifes than its worth the life of the truck.

OH and the othernight guess what I saw? H2 on DUBZ!!! Looked to be 22"s or so... Looked like sh*t! didnt even fill in the wheel wells.. And then I saw a old 80's suburban with 24" gold spoke rims... it was nasty.
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the owner of the place where i work has a H2...they are the tackiest thing i have ever seen...all plastic and fake chrome..the interior is absolutely tasteless...looks like a cheap toy that a 8 year old designed
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Hmmmm, looks like the Dodge faired much better in this altercation.
Can't take credit for the find. Came from an old "work" buddy.

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hehehe I went to Watchersweb.com... I was expecting car stuff... Well I did I see some headlights IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN... LOL
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Ya know what they say... "If you can't Dodge it,,, RAM IT!!!" [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Doesn't look to me like either one of them made out to well.
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