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2003 HUMMER H1 4WD

7,719 1090374517a  2.1 years ago

Yaw:turn a corner
Pitch:throttle
VTOL:rain wiper

The Hummer H1 is a four-wheel-drive utility vehicle based on the M998 Humvee, which was created by AM General. The vehicle was produced from 1992 through 2006, and was the first of what became the Hummer line. Originally designed strictly for military use the off-road vehicle was released to the civilian market due to market demand. It was initially known as the "Hummer"; however, under a 1999 deal, GM bought marketing rights to the Hummer name and called the vehicle the Hummer H1.[1] At the time, GM began marketing the Hummer H2 that was also assembled by AM General on a modified GMC 2500HD chassis. AM General continued to build the H1 and Humvee in its Mishawaka, Indiana facility. GM stopped marketing the H1 in 2006 model year, but AM General continued production of the military Humvee versions.

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General Characteristics

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  • Wingspan 15.6ft (4.8m)
  • Length 26.2ft (8.0m)
  • Height 11.5ft (3.5m)
  • Empty Weight -1,763,866lbs (-800,077kg)
  • Loaded Weight 8,649lbs (3,923kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 439,839.3lbs/ft2 (2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 11310

Parts

  • Number of Parts 498
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    Someone asked for a 6x6 version, I made one Here

    1.6 years ago
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    @1090374517a how did you find the maywar island (The desert island) on mobile

    2.1 years ago
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    @Othawne sounds good

    2.1 years ago
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    76.6k Othawne

    @CarlosDanger13 Probably Overload, Fine tuner & some standard XML modding.

    2.1 years ago
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    @Othawne what mods is this guy using

    2.1 years ago
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    76.6k Othawne

    @aircraftarsenal123 Lol thanks.

    2.1 years ago
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    lol, thats a pretty big problem here huh? np, thanks for not exploding over my wrongness @Othawne

    2.1 years ago
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    76.6k Othawne

    @aircraftarsenal123 I Appreciate you taking the criticism & Not get instantly salty :P

    2.1 years ago
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    1,407 Davisplanez

    cool

    2.1 years ago
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    23.7k KidKromosone

    It’s pretty unusual for a vehicle of this size and weight to have another that though, midsize and full-size pickups all have the solid rear axle.@aircraftarsenal123

    2.1 years ago
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    Oh ok, interesting, I've never really researched it but thats actually pretty cool. Thanks @Othawne @KidKromosone

    2.1 years ago
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    18.4k TTHHSSSS

    Incredible suspesion! Had so much fun driving this around

    2.1 years ago
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    76.6k Othawne

    @aircraftarsenal123 It does have independent rear & front suspension. for driving over obstacles at lower speeds when a solid rear axle would be insufficient.

    2.1 years ago
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    23.7k KidKromosone

    Actually it was 4 wheel independent suspension.@aircraftarsenal123

    2.1 years ago
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    23.7k KidKromosone

    Agreed, try 250% strength on the shocks.@aircraftarsenal123

    2.1 years ago
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    97.4k RailfanEthan

    Noice

    2.1 years ago
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    nice details, although, I believe the real thing has a solid rear axle and the suspension is a little stiff. Other than that, it is still very capable and looks great!

    2.1 years ago