Originally Posted by Sojakai
Well, its a Civilian Hummer. Which means that it wasnt built with the same standards as the Military Version. They changed the suspension for one. I remember a few years ago when they said that the H2s were going to have different suspension because people kept rolling them over. The way I understand it, Military Hummers use higher grade metal for the frame and body, while Civilian models use standard car grade stuff.
First off the h2, and h3, or any other variant past h1 to me are not considered a hummer. just a fat suv with horrible gas mileage. I drove a lot of Humvee's when I was in the Army they are beefier, stronger, and can take one hell of a beating. The military Humvee and the civilian H1 were both produced by Am General. Obviously there were minor differences between them but both used the same type of metal. Once GM got involved GM threw in the H2, H3, crap.