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Old 10-09-2007, 02:34 PM
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Cool pics! Thanks

quick question - what usually causes a front diff to break? too much gas applied with the wheels really turned?
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WOW WOW WOW...

Killer pics... Wish I had been there...

We have nothing (that I know of) like that here in TX...

As far as H3 vs. H2 offroad, since I have owned both, I found the H3 to be a little more nimble offroad and just as capable. It was on the highway that I hated the H3!
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Congratulations on running another of the mythical Pirate trails. This is going to cause major butthurt for the Pirates.
Beautiful pictures, too.

Bebe, I TOLD you about that winch.

Is that pic of Rox on the water crossing where she almost sank it?
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Bebe, I TOLD you about that winch.

Is that pic of Rox on the water crossing where she almost sank it?

I've been hearing so many I told you so's the last couple of days. I was a great trip!!!

Yes, that is where she almost sank it.....no worries, a wet fsan belt, a little noise. Dried her out fout for a little bit and kept on motoring.
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Cool pics! Thanks

quick question - what usually causes a front diff to break? too much gas applied with the wheels really turned?

It really depends. Sewie did the exact thing I did, he broke, I didn't.

Any sort of torque applied when either of the front wheels have to climb. If both wheels a climbing at the same time it's usually fine. Housing flex causes the ring gear to ride up on the pinion. Then, Kablewie.

It really needs to be fixed so that those of us who do wheel are not being left stranded in the middle of nowhere. Having to be strapped and winched off the trail.

The H3 should be able to do what the other models can do, albeit differently, without the risk of complete failure.

Sometimes you earn it, in the case of the H3 front diff, you usually don't. And that's sad.
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I was a great trip!!!



You've been hanging around with HiHummer too much.


How did the Yotas do?


Not a fan of them front D-ring recovery points Bebes. Take em off!
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looks like a great trail...fantastic pics thanx...
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It really depends. Sewie did the exact thing I did, he broke, I didn't.

Any sort of torque applied when either of the front wheels have to climb. If both wheels a climbing at the same time it's usually fine. Housing flex causes the ring gear to ride up on the pinion. Then, Kablewie.

It really needs to be fixed so that those of us who do wheel are not being left stranded in the middle of nowhere. Having to be strapped and winched off the trail.

The H3 should be able to do what the other models can do, albeit differently, without the risk of complete failure.

Sometimes you earn it, in the case of the H3 front diff, you usually don't. And that's sad.

Thanks Beebs
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Not a fan of them front D-ring recovery points Bebes. Take em off!

Uh, all H3's have em, unless I'm missing something.
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Personally, I'm glad they are on there.

This was a great trail! Did anyone get a pic of Winch Hill 1?
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Yes, that is where she almost sank it.....no worries, a wet fsan belt, a little noise. Dried her out fout for a little bit and kept on motoring.
I tinkled, I'm sure. I think I sucked all the air out of the cab too. No time to hyperventilate I just gave it the GAS!
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Sometimes you earn it, in the case of the H3 front diff, you usually don't. And that's sad.

The drumroll has started........ Time to announce your switch to the 2?
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Uh, all H3's have em, unless I'm missing something.

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I'm just not a fan of them.
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Sweet pics...looks like a great time(and quite the adventure).
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I'm just not a fan of them.

Oh, I get it. Because you like me you want me to be cooler than th other h3's
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The drumroll has started........ Time to announce your switch to the 2?

Are you trying to sell me yours?


Uh no. I'll keep banging my head against a wall till I've had enough of the H3 thang.
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The more I talk about this trip, the funner it WAS.....

I just saw a couple of friends tonight that asked about my trip and if it turned out okay. By the end of the night, sleeping in the H2 with the heated seats and blasting hot air was like staying at the Hilton!
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Sweet pics...looks like a great time(and quite the adventure).
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Great pics Rox! Love the new treads!
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