Reguards from Germany

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Reguards from Germany

Post by nilocxam » Sun 25 Jan , 2009 12:52 pm

Hi Chuck ... i´m allready back in Germany. Your Wheels working great ... thanks for your fast and perfect help. After 5 month i took the very first Pictures of the car. :roll:
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by nilocxam » Sun 25 Jan , 2009 12:54 pm

I realised i forgot the sparewheel ... a 5th wheel. How much would it be to ship it to germany?
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by h1sp » Sun 25 Jan , 2009 10:07 pm

Good lookin pics.. Thanks..

How do the GSA's do in the snow?
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by nilocxam » Sun 25 Jan , 2009 11:46 pm

On Snow they are working fine ... on Ice like a grandma with highheels ...

Here in our area in Germany (right in the middle) we often have snow up to 3 feet, i never have had any problem to pass any street. And with the right car on those tires now we find parkingplaces everywhere ... :D
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by chuck » Mon 26 Jan , 2009 8:32 am

Glad to see you got the Hummer home in good shape and everything worked out.
I'll bet that truck attracts a lot of lookers.

Are there places you can go off roading?
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by nilocxam » Mon 26 Jan , 2009 10:32 am

Hi Chuck, not as many places as in US. We have a lot of forest but we are not allowed to go there by car ... we are living between two national parks ... that didnt make it easier ... but 700 km (1100 Miles) and a short shipping allows you to drive in Africa (Sahara) or 2000 Miles to Spain, they allow much more then here in Germany ...

Chuck, how much would it cost to ship another of those wheels i bought from you to germany?
I forgot the Sparewheel ...

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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by h1sp » Mon 26 Jan , 2009 9:32 pm

nilocxam,
How many H1's have you seen in Germany?
What made you ship the H1 to Germany?

We have very few on the roads around here, so I get a ton of looks and a bunch of Thumbs up. :mrgreen:
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by nilocxam » Tue 27 Jan , 2009 9:15 am

We dont have them very often here in Germany. I love the size of that car. Here in Germany its a "dreamcar" ... but most of the people talking bad about Hummer because of the fuel they need ... In Europe we are driving smaler cars than in US.
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Re: Reguards from Germany

Post by h1sp » Tue 27 Jan , 2009 9:31 pm

nilocxam wrote:We dont have them very often here in Germany. I love the size of that car. Here in Germany its a "dreamcar" ... but most of the people talking bad about Hummer because of the fuel they need ... In Europe we are driving smaler cars than in US.

Well I guess them people also talk bad about weight lifters, because of the amount of food they need. :?
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