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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-22-2004, 04:09 PM
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H2 2004 VS Y-J 2004?

My buddie is convinced that the stock H2 is a better off road vehicle than a stock Y-J. I already posted this in the jeep forum but he claims those opinions are byast. LOL. Will someone please set this guy strait!!!


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-22-2004, 09:31 PM
 
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Has he seen the video of the H2 breaking a tie rod (or some part) on a trail, just by climbing over some boulders? I would have to say that a stock Jeep wouldn't have had any problems like that.
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MY bad its the T-J vs the H2, I'm a begginer and got the two confused [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]. Obviously i'mm not all that expirienced so I am trying to get a better opinion.
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Re: H2 2004 VS Y-J 2004?

A stock Jeep wouldn't be able to get a tire up on the boulder and once it did with liberal use of the stupid pedal would get hung up on it.

The Rubicon would definitely outwheel the H2 but other than that, you'd have to go back to the Scrambler and CJ7 and CJ8 days to find a comparable Heep to the H2.

The H2 is still a piece of yuppie trash though.
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I wanna see this video?
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Have you not seen the video of the H2 snapping something on the trail? I thought I got it on this board. Let's see if I can dig it up.

I guess I exagerated a little when I said boulder, it was like a "gravel" creek bed, but the "gravel" was ~1-2 feet in diameter. I didn't know how else to describe it.
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I did a search and found the link but its dead.
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alot of crap but its a the H1 VS H2, kinda funny... And then theres a H1 that ran over an Honda Accord and well, its priceless.
http://www.redhummer.com/H1_verses_H2.wmv
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Re: H2 2004 VS Y-J 2004?

I did a search and found the link but its dead.
Found it! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
Took a little digging around, but here it is
Same video, they just changed the link on the main site.
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Re: H2 2004 VS Y-J 2004?

*makes note toself* I won't try ANYTHING like that with my truck... [bleep] what a weakling!
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