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Administrator 04-25-2008 01:36 PM

Hummer to help fund OHV projects
 
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Hummer to help fund OHV projects

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Kenneth_Moore 04-25-2008 01:38 PM

My pal Sharik needs to have the overhead valves on his R32 worked over. How do I get in touch with these guys?

seruzawa 04-25-2008 03:31 PM

I'm at a loss to think of any time I've ever seen a civilian HumV off road. Southern Utah is covered end to end with OHVs in the nice weather but I've yet to see a civilian HumV. Most seem to have chrome undercarriage gear and are spotless. The clue to look for in Utah is red dust embedded in the undercarriage. HumVs are always pristine clean.

The_AirHawk 04-25-2008 09:30 PM

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Originally Posted by seruzawa (Post 183344)
I'm at a loss to think of any time I've ever seen a civilian HumV off road. Southern Utah is covered end to end with OHVs in the nice weather but I've yet to see a civilian HumV. Most seem to have chrome undercarriage gear and are spotless. The clue to look for in Utah is red dust embedded in the undercarriage. HumVs are always pristine clean.

I've seen exactly ONE HumVee that's gotten dirty - dude took it, had it covered completely in RhinoLiner. Dents an' everything. The rest of them I've seen are exactly as you describe.


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