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Old 22nd September 2007, 17:07   #1
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This is starting to become more popular around here. Don't understand why anyone would want to make the already huge H2 look even bigger. How do you turn? Wont it flip over? What if a lambo is in front of you and you don't notice it?
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Orange Monster H2


White Monster H2


Green Monster H2




Weird huh?!?

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Old 22nd September 2007, 17:48   #2
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Oh,they need a ladder to get in this monster.
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OMG.!!
How does anyone drive behind this monster?
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Old 22nd September 2007, 18:12   #4
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He could possibly drive over other cars and wont need to wait in the traffic.
But yes driving speeds there must be quite high, how would they manage to control the Monster!!
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Those are humongous machines. Must a be a handful to drive there. How are they street legal there?

Nice pics thanks for sharing
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Well i got in touch with the owner of Big Wheels (the mod shop in the background of the green hummer) and he told me that the speed limit for one of these monsters is 60km/h and that on turn you can't exceed 10km/h. He also had to admit that one of these monsters already took out the whole back end of a Camry because the driver didn't see it. Pretty freaky. So far haven't heard anything about legality issues, but im pretty sure the cops are scared for their own lives.
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Wow now those are some mean machines. Perfect for bangalore roads. When it floods and through the traffic. lol.
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Could be good for floods.

Otherwise, a symptom of an extremely small......
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Old 22nd September 2007, 20:06   #9
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these guys are monsters man. i thought a certain toyota 4 runner in bombay was huge besides the original monster trucks, but these H2 are mean and in a different league. sheikh Makhtum has turned one of his E class or Jaguar into a big wheel. dont remember which one have seen the pictures on one of the threads.
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the H2 looks undertyred. needs to upsize ASAP. invite the owner to tbhp, we can suggest suitable upsizes.

looks mean, would love to drive one right over those pesky bus drivers.
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They're called 'big-foot' in the US, I think. They've been around for years there. A wonderful specimen even figured in the movie 'Road House' (Patrick Swayze) many years ago. There aren't so many visible on US roads anymore. Wonder if there is some kinda law against them?.....
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H2 with shaktiman tyres
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