HUMMER H3 Upgrades: Part Out

In this episode of Part Out, Nate gives you the scoop on how you can take a stock hummer H3 and turn it into a trail ready weekend warrior without breaking the bank. To find the given products and learn more, see the links below:

Zone 2″ Leveling Kit
http://zoneoffroad.com/display?ma=34&yr=2009&mo=165&un=1

Pit Bull Tires:
http://www.pitbulltires.com/PBX-A-T-HARDCORE-LT-RADIAL-p/pbxltatparent.htm

KMC Wheels:
http://www.kmcwheels.com/wheel/24333/xd128-machete

Hypertech Programmer:
http://www.hypertech.com/products-max-energy2.aspx

Comments

Chance Selvidge says:

Extended shocks for the Tbar crank is needed too! It will help with ride quality! My H3 does so much better with the bilstiens I installed after the Tbar crank. I enjoyed your video, the link to the programmer didn’t work for me, but after looking it up I’ll have to wait before I check it out. That price is pretty steep. What were your results with the programmer after driving it for a month?

Timo Kuusela says:

You can have “35 inch tires” by having 315/75r16 tires just by cranking up those oem torsion key screws. Aftermarket “lift kit keys” are just for idiots with too much money to waste. Modern version of “snake oil”… “33”:s are biggest sensible tire size if the truck is a daily driver.The 5 cylinder is too gutless unless one uses just 3:d gear for cruising and especially for towing anything.
And yes ,I have a 2007 H3.

Валерий Родкин says:

Программатор max energy 2.0

SNIPER 701 701 says:

Good video my friend i have a cuestión i have a 2007 h3 i would like to lifted Which lifh kit you recomended for and did i Can get it on line thanks

Justin Thompson says:

i have the toxic punishers on mine they look dope

Sky King says:

The specs on zone off road website for the leveling kit say 33” maximum tire size and you guys install 35” tires. Can you explain this?

Justin Thompson says:

beautiful humvee bro

DraccoKnightblade says:

Question: For the leveling kit, does this only effect the front and raise it up to meet the rear? Or does this effect both ends? Looking at it for my 07 H3. I know I’ll need new shocks, now…another question on top of this, will this screw up the angles of my CV shafts on the front axles and cause undue wear?

Humman Off-Road Adventures says:

Nice vid man! visit my channel for H3 off-road vids

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