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    Quote Originally Posted by DFW Spartan View Post
    I have no idea. Must have put phone away without locking the scene? Pocket text, if there is such a thing?

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    Makes perfect sense to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MilamJR View Post
    Makes perfect sense to me.


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    Yes, after a few more beers in the pool it started to make sense.
    2006 H3 Adventure & modified Rancho with SOA

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    Just had mine done 170,000 miles, around $2300.00 plus tax for complete rebuild.
    New TC, cooling flush.
    Locals here could not do the job, wanted $500.00 to remove and replace with $900.00 used trans with 30 day warrantee.
    Went 50 miles east got everything done with 12 month 100,000 warrantee.
    Jaspers wanted $2300.00 just for trans. plus shipping

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    @Rascole Maybe late, but I found the Raptor Liner to be thin. I did it as a bedliner in my Z71 short bed step side...3 coats and still scraped it to the metal. I did all 3 coats with the $100 kit from Amazon though. Curious to see how yours fairs. Air compressor PSI was key in the finished texture
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    Took mine camping in the Black Hills of Wyoming.



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    I am not sure if this is the right place for this, I am trying to get some info on replacing the dash vents on my 08 H3. The left right adjustment wheel does not move the vanes.
    Are the vents removable with out taking out the whole dash?
    I was at schwarttzy.com but the pdf for interior trim has no info on dash or vents.
    I did a search for this info but most threads are over eight years old and not covering this question.
    Any info would be appreciated

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    Yes they can be.
    But it was so long ago that I replaced onethat I don't remember the exact procedure. I also no longer have my H3 to look at it.
    Go to an online GM parts catalog and see what it looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K0PIR View Post
    Took mine camping in the Black Hills of Wyoming.



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    Nice!
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    Another camping trip. My wife wanted to get away...she's starting to feel shut in because of all the Corona restrictions, so we made a little road trip this time. Headed south to Lincoln State Park. We ended up there because this was last minute and it was the only state park with any sites left for the Labor Day weekend. Lincoln is always our home base for adventures to Interlake SRA. I really didn't decide whether I would even go or not until we were already there and set up camp. Normally 4Speed is with me for our Interlake adventures, however he had some other commitments and wasn't able to make it. Ultimately I did decide to go and just stick to the tame stuff since I was there alone and without 4Speed...there's a certain comfort that comes with having a top notch Hummer mechanic along for the ride. I figure he can fix anything I break with a roll of duct tape a few zipties. Anyway, its a neat property even if you don't get crazy. Saw a few dirtbikes, a group of Jeeps and met a really cool group wheeling full size trucks.

    I never used to talk a lot about Interlake that much. It was kind of like a hidden gem that no one knew about so I tried to keep it to myself. There was no entrance fee, no gatehouse-- nothing. Just 3500 acres of reclaimed strip mine to go wheeling on. That's all changed now, so there's not really a secret to keep any more. If you're in the southern Indiana area, it's worth checking out.

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    Trail 5 at Interlake:
    I would be hard pressed to really call this a trail. It's a dirt road. I think a full size truck in 2wd could probably do it. That said, it should still be something that you don't miss if you go to Interlake as it's among the most scenic areas of the park. Interestingly I did not remember ever having done this before, however we did come to one section that is very narrow and sits right on top of a ridge with a steep drop off on each side. It looked very familiar to me. Looked a lot like the place on one trip in the past I got too far over and had to have 4Speed pull me sideways back up to safety. If it was the same trail a lot has been done in the years since as I remember it being pretty rugged.

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    Trail 5 Sign:
    Trail 5 was a BFGoodrich Outstanding Trails winner in 2011, although it was trail 19 then.

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    Some native wildlife:
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    Wife said I had to post my shirt:
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    Found a nice shiny Jeep to park beside back at Lincoln. I always think that's fun. The Jeep was spotless. Tire shine and everything. But we all know, Jeeps rule, and Hummers suck offroad, right?!
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    Thanks to Corona the dining room at Popeyes was shutdown on the way home, so we did a little redneck dining in the parking lot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by K0PIR View Post
    Took mine camping in the Black Hills of Wyoming.



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    It seems like you bring your fur baby along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 08H3 View Post
    Trail 5 at Interlake:
    I would be hard pressed to really call this a trail. It's a dirt road. I think a full size truck in 2wd could probably do it. That said, it should still be something that you don't miss if you go to Interlake as it's among the most scenic areas of the park. Interestingly I did not remember ever having done this before, however we did come to one section that is very narrow and sits right on top of a ridge with a steep drop off on each side. It looked very familiar to me. Looked a lot like the place on one trip in the past I got too far over and had to have 4Speed pull me sideways back up to safety. If it was the same trail a lot has been done in the years since as I remember it being pretty rugged.
    I think I remember this one when I was down there earlier, trail 5b or 5a, one of the offshoots is harder I think. Although i'm not 100% positive where we were as the place is big and we were kinda just wandering around lol.
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    Installed some siberian rear leaf frame mount bushings. Man those sucked. Got one side out ok, and the other was a pain because of the exhaust. Ended up taking the rear plastic trim off so I could get a straight shot at the old bushing with a sawzall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgalpha08 View Post
    Installed some siberian rear leaf frame mount bushings. Man those sucked. Got one side out ok, and the other was a pain because of the exhaust. Ended up taking the rear plastic trim off so I could get a straight shot at the old bushing with a sawzall.

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    Make sure to flare the smaller end to help keep it in place. A few well placed whacks with a cold chisel and hammer should be enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    Make sure to flare the smaller end to help keep it in place. A few well placed whacks with a cold chisel and hammer should be enough.

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    How important is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgalpha08 View Post
    How important is that?

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    It comes off the assembly line with that flared out to keep it in place. While it depends on how tight the tolerances were when putting in the new part, for peace of mind I would still flare it out to keep it from somehow working its way back out and giving you grief down the road.

    It doesn't have to be a lot, a few points peened over are enough to help keep it in place.

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