Hummer Conversion Shops in Ontario

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Think about dumping the entire truck and picking up a good low mileage H3 Alpha. 
Ours has been really good. Just the normal maintenance you would expect at 95K. Brakes, tires, struts and an annoying blower relay recall that GM did finally come good for. Runs great and can keep up to everything around you on the road. Might be cheaper in the long run than doing a conversion that is forever "almost done" meaning tranny upgrades, computer flashes......etc.
Granted our H3 Alpha is only a menace in city traffic as my wife drives the hell out of it daily; and not doing any offroad fun, but it has been reliable and 0 engine, transmission or driveline issues.
 
My wife wont part with hers. Its a 2010 and I tried getting her a new SUV type road menace last year...she would not even consider a day without her H3.
 
My 2 cents...



 
Good luck..
I would greatly agree that this would be the most cost effective route!

Besides any 4.8L, 5.3L or 6.0L will fit...you will just need the proper oil pan to clear the front differential and then obviously the proper harness but you would simply need to purchase one from an Alpha and just clip it in!

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Man that's sexy!!
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Yeah, seems like if I did any type of conversion I should have the ability and space to maintain it myself cause I'd be on my own. Our house just has a one stall garage and I keep the Shelby in there. ;)  Like Roy said if I want to keep it I need to just get a good mechanic and keep it running.
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Yes, we should all keep our Hummer.....they are a rare breed..........


I just checked the Auto Trader website and there are only 94 Hummers of all models for sale in all of Canada......WooooooW !!!!!!!!

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[quote="WIBS"]
Yes, we should all keep our Hummer.....they are a rare breed..........


I just checked the Auto Trader website and there are only 94 Hummers of all models for sale in all of Canada......WooooooW !!!!!!!!
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Yes it was sad to let the 09 SUT go. But the pull out of the 650HP Vette in its garage spot is easing the pain. 
 
The H1 and the Wife's H3A are not going anywhere.....
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Hummer: from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia. n.[font=inherit;font-size:.9em;font-style:inherit;font-weight:inherit] "One who, or that which excels in any quality, especially in general energy or speed."[/font]

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