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H3 Hummer Skydiving & WordPress

I like to build websites, specializing in handwritten WordPress Themes. I also sell custom off-road parts for the H3 Hummer. But my real job is skydiving. Literally jumping out of airplanes for money. Anyway, Skydiving, H3 Hummer stuff, and WordPress is pretty much what this website is about.

H3 Hummer Parts

It all began with a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee that I modified to fit 31-inch tires. After that, it was all downhill after that. Eventually, I built an off-road beast. I enjoyed that Grand Cherokee, but I had the spec sheet of an H3 Hummer. While my H3 is not going to perform off-road as well as that Jeep. That Jeep will never ride as nice as the Hummer on-road. I sold that Jeep, purchased the H3 Hummer, and needed some basic parts for the trails. I started off with a set of rock sliders (rocker panel protection) and then just kept designing the next part I wanted.

I have a simple CB Antenna bracket ready for sale and should be posting it up soon. I got some over-kill heavy-duty tie-rods that I still need to test. Then there is the CB / Hi-Lift / Shovel / Bottle Opener custom adjustable height tire carrier I’m working on. Also, I have this lockable drawer sliding toolbox I’ve been thinking about.

Website Designer / Developer

Sometimes I specialize as a WordPress Theme developer. There are a couple of free themes on WordPress.org that I’ve written and also a few premium plugins to add in extra features. Everything is written from scratch and ran on a GoDaddy Virtual Private Servers running Centos 7, Apache, MySQL, and PHP 7. I completely avoid using JavaScript for fear of conflicts. Using HTML5 & CSS3 tricks to their full potential. All so the customer can manage their own website without any help. Comparatively, managing the website is just as easy as using Microsoft Office.

Need a website? Contact me using the form on this page.

Skydiving

I jump out of “Perfectly Good Airplanes.” Mostly, I’m taking people on their first skydive. But now and then I also get to fun jump too. I also teach students how to skydive, signing-off on their A-license requirements. Sometimes, I join people on their first skydive and shoot photos and videos for them. While falling at 120mph, I fly up in front of the tandem student and start playing with them. Typically I start by trying to get them to high-five. Next, I try to get the tandem student to hold onto my ankles and spinning them around, and I like to finish up by playing rock paper scissors right before pull time. Watching their faces light up with excitement is so much fun.

However, there is more to Skydiving than making money. Check out these fun jumping videos!

H3 Hummer

Valve Stem Tire Caps
H3 Hummer factory valve stem tire caps with seal gasket

Pack of 5 OEM H3 & H3T Valve Stem Tire Caps with rubber gasket

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Skid Plates, Under Body Protection

1/4 inch thick and 4' x 2' long skid plates to protect the H3 Hummer under body

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OnStar Microphone Adapter

An adapter that makes it easy to connect the Factory OnStar Microphone to an aftermarket Radio

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Modular Tire Carrier

Adjust the spare tire height from 31-inches to 39-inches, pre-cut holes for mounting. Future Hi-lift, CB-antenna, shovel, Jerry Can, and bottle opener brackets in development.

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Light Bar Bracket

Simple bolt-on light bar bracket for the H3 Hummer.

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HVAC Instrument Panel Light Bulbs

An exact replacement for burnt out OEM HVAC Instrument Panel Light Bulbs, five to a pack.

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H3 Hummer Rock Sliders

Heavy-duty rocker panel protection for the serious off-road enthusiast.

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H3 Hummer High Clearance Leaf Spring Bolt Plate

Gain higher ground clearance with this stronger bracket that relocates the factory shock to a safer location.

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H3 Hummer Hidden Winch Mount

Mount an 8,000lb or bigger winch inside the factory H3 Hummer bumper. Synthetic rope recommended.

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H3 Backup Camera Mount

A simple mounting bracket for hiding a backup camera inside the factory tire.

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Extended Leaf Spring Shackles

Lift the rear suspension 1 1/2 inches, matches a front torsion bar crank perfectly.

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Skydiving

The Spartan Chin

Non-destructive easy-to-install camera mounts for the G3 Cookie Helmet with packing tool.

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Mini Packing Tool

A convenient packing tool for closing skydiving containers. Fits nicely inside the pocket on the reserve side ring cover.

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WordPress

WordPress Theme Semper Fi

An opensource WordPress theme that can be used on your website.

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WordPress Theme Adventure

WordPress Theme that tries to persuade the user that they're not sitting behind a computer.

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Blog

2018 Gypsy Boogie

When the summer season is coming to an end, but before the cold weather hits, we get together for a renegade skydiving party. Having commandeered an airplane, we jump out over this beautiful lake and proceed to party all night until the sun comes up. Join us on the adventure as we have fun at this amazing lake house retreat and get pumped for the 2020 spring season.

Inexpensive Headlight Upgrade for H3 Hummer

Today I’m suggesting upgrading the H3 Hummer headlights to the $9.12 EVO Formance H13 93419 Spectras and the foglights to the $11.90 CK FORMULA H10 Halogen Bulbs instead of those expensive time-consuming LEDs, HID, and Projectors. The reason why I suggest these light bulbs is because I believe that form always follows function. Implying I won’t just bolt a part on my Alpha because it looks cool. The part has to solve a problem that is limiting me from obtaining my goals. My ultimate goal off-road is to go further on the trail and have as much fun as possible. Continue Reading → Inexpensive Headlight Upgrade for H3 Hummer

P0430 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold

The other day the engine light came on in the 2008 H3 Hummer Alpha with the 5.3L V8. I took out my handy scan tool and checked the error code with the Android App Torque Pro to see what’s up. Fault code: P0430 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 2) After some Google-ing, I found a lot of people on the Hummer Forums immediately changing out the catalytic converter. I’ve never had a bad catalytic converter on any of the vehicles owned. However, I have replaced a bunch of 02 sensors over the years. This is why I choose to Continue Reading → P0430 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold

Modular Tire Carrier

Yesterday, I got the next revision in the development of the Modular Tire Carrier that I have been working on for the H3 Hummer. An H3 Hummer Modular Tire Carrier is for creating an easy solution for bolt-on common off-road accessories. The most important accessory is the Hi-Lift, an off-road jack that is commonly found on farms that have many purposes and great utility off-road recovery. I’ve been stuck in the mud a time or two and the only solution to getting out is a shovel, specifically a mini round point shovel with a good handle. While we’re at it Continue Reading → Modular Tire Carrier

No more XM Hacking

As the title implies, I can no longer produce the H3 Quick nā€™ Simple Auxiliary Audio Input and the short run of Bluetooth capable version. The featured image is an image of the part that I can no longer purchase because it is out of production. But do not worry, I was aware of running out of these parts long ago and have been preparing for just this case. In fact, I think these new parts in combination will result in an even better experience than what Quick n’ Simple Auxiliary Input could ever povide. The two parts that I Continue Reading → No more XM Hacking

Fixing the Auxiliary Audio Input

Where to begin… The “H3 Hummer Quick N’ Simple Auxiliary Audio Input” that I’ve been shipping for the last few months has been having quite the influx of issues. Quite a bit more than what I consider acceptable. The issues of been wires breaking, static in the radio, no audio and etc. Which is why I’ve changed the design of this Audio Input for the better. Above is a photo of the newly designed printed circuit board for the auxiliary audio input. This PCB is designed to fix every issue that all of the customers have been running into. It Continue Reading → Fixing the Auxiliary Audio Input

H3 Hummer & SmittyBilt Winch

I had to share this photo of a customer of mine installing their brand new Schwarttzy.com Hidden Winch Mount for the H3 Hummer and SmittyBilt H20 10,000lb winch. This guy is living it up with that Alpha 5.3L V8 and brand new winch. Note that I recommend getting a Hawse Fairlead like this one from X-Bull so that it fits neatly in the bummer. Once you have a winch, your never stuck… it’s just a matter of time. If you have any questions or comments be sure to contact me using the form here.

Alpha H3 Hummer

Last Wednesday I purchased a 2008 H3 Hummer Alpha. I didn’t want to purchase another H3, but being able to tow my travel trailer is what ultimately forced me to. As a skydiver by trade, I follow the warm weather to maximize my earnings. Only I had a problem. I wasn’t giving up my Luxury Package. I wasn’t giving up my Adventure Package. And I had to have the V8. Which meant I was looking for one of the most desirable true off-road SUVs with a V8 engine from the factory. Let me back up a bit here. The factory Continue Reading → Alpha H3 Hummer

July 4th Overload

End of June and into the first few weeks of July are always the busiest weeks of my life right now. I just skydived into Naval Station Great Lakes on Tuesday, I jumped into the Bartlett Illinois Fourth of July Festival yesterday, Chicagoland Skydiving Center Independence Boogie is happening at my place of work all week, the Spartan Chin GoPro mounts are selling fast (have mentioned that I have hero 3, 4, 5, and 6… haven’t had time to put them on website yet), and Hummer parts are selling fast lately. However, that’s not the point of this post. Instead, Continue Reading → July 4th Overload

Join Our Flock

Got a new video to share of Skydiving on Memorial weekend flocking with experienced skydiving canopy pilots at Chicagoland Skydiving Center. The minimum wing loads to be able to keep up was 2.4 lbs / square foot. With that high of a wing loading, all of these canopies are coming out of the sky fast. I had the job of driving the formation. Driving the formation means that I set the speed which can be changed by varying inputs on the front risers, rear risers, brakes, or some combination of those inputs so that we all can flock together. Just Continue Reading → Join Our Flock

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