Slide over rocks and through the mud without getting stuck, with 1/4 inch thick skid plates extending the H3 Hummer Under Body Protection 4′ x 2′, completely protecting the transmission and transfer case from damage. The skid plates come painted black, and with to brackets for mounting. Huge, flat, and smooth, these skid plates truly shine in the deep mud or snow helping you to easily slide on down the trail, when the 35″ tire just can’t quite reach the ground.
Complete Parts List Includes
Transmission Skid Plate (Quantity 1) ~45lb.
Transfer Case Skid Plate (Quantity 1) ~40lb.
Transmission & Transfer Case Tie together Bolt Plate (Quantity 1)
Transfer Case Rearward Bolt Plate (Quantity 1)
Grade 8 Hex Flange Bolt 3/8-16 by 1 inch (Quantity 3)
A car jack, the one in the rear tailgate will work
A punch that with a tip smaller than 3/8 inch
Not all of the factory gas tank skid plates bolts need to be removed.
The rearward skid plate, or “Transfer Case Skid Plate” goes between the gas tank and the gas tank skid plate.
Before removing any bolt, apply plenty of PB Blaster before removing. Especially, the factory gas tank skid plate bolts. I didn’t, and I sheered the head off one of those bolts making this a much bigger project than it needed to be.
Apply Anti-Size to each and every bolt before starting to thread it in. I didn’t do this and had to angle grind the head of a couple bolts off which destroy a skid plate set in the process.
A day or two prior to installation, spraying down the factory skid plate bolts with PB Blaster. Specifically, the gas tank skid plate bolts. Do what it takes to get PB Blaster on those threads.
Start by dropping the factory differential skid plate and transfer case skid plate. They’re the color black and made of steel.
Very carefully and slowly back out only the front half gas tank skid plate bolts. I recommend only backing them out 1-3 complete turns at a time. Apply some PB Blaster. Ratchet those bolts back in all the way. Repeat this process, slow going further each and every time.
Now we need to the bolt up the “Transmission Skid Plate” and “Transfer Case Skid Plate” using the factory bolt that on the H3 Hummer so that we can find three holes to drill out. I recommend using a car jack to help support one skid plate at a time in the air while starting threading the factory bolts. It helps to not ratchet the factory bolt all the way down until all 5 of the factory bolts are threaded in at least 4 complete turns.
Once the “Transmission Skid Plate” and “Transfer Case Skid Plate” are aligned correctly and bolted tightly to the frame using the factory bolts you’ll have two bolt holes that need to be drilled out with the “1/2 Inch Drill Bit” on the driver side transmission cross member. Send me an email with pictures if you not sure. These two bolts holes tie the “Transmission Skid Plate” and “Transfer Case Skid Plate” together. There is also a third bolt hole that needs to be drilled out in the rear on the passenger side.
The “Transfer Case Skid Plate” needs to be bent slightly up using a car jack so that it is sitting tight against the frame before drilling.
With the “1/2 Inch Drill Bit” and a “Screw / Drill Gun” drill those holes out using the skid plates as guides so that the perfect hole is drilled out.
Once the holes are drilled out, carefully remove the “Transmission Skid Plate”. I recommend using the car jack so the “Transmission Skid Plate” doesn’t come slamming down.
Fish the “Transmission & Transfer Case Tie together Bolt Plate” inside the transmission frame so that it lines up with those fresh two bolt holes that are right next to each other.
Thread only 4-5 complete turns of a “3/8 Inch Hex Flange Bolt” through the bolt hole on the driver side “Transfer Case Skid Plate” and also the factory differential skid plate. This is so the “3/8 Inch Hex Flange Bolt” can be used to swing the “Transmission & Transfer Case Tie together Bolt Plate” back n’ forth to line it up.
It’s time to put the “Transfer Case Skid Plate” and also the factory differential skid plate back on for final installation. The “Transfer Case Skid Plate” is sandwiched between the differential frame rail and the factory differential skid plate.
Loosely bolt the “Transmission Skid Plate” and the factory differential skid plate back up, until you get the 5 factory bolt in and also a second “3/8 Inch Hex Flange Bolt”. Leave the bolts just loose enough to be able to slightly adjusted skid plates side to side. Otherwise, it can become difficult finish threading all the other bolts that hold up the skid plates.
Feed the “Solid Welding Wire” through the tiny hole in the “Transfer Case Rearward Bolt Plate” and twist it on to its self so you have a leash. This is how to move the “Transfer Case Rearward Bolt Plate” into position and also not lose the “Transfer Case Rearward Bolt Plate” in the frame rail.
This is the hard part, using the “Solid Welding Wire” carefully get the “Transfer Case Rearward Bolt Plate” aligned over the final hole that was drilled out. A small punch with help with final alignment. Get that “3/8 Inch Hex Flange Bolt” threaded in and your on the home stretch. Tuck that excess “Solid Welding Wire” up into the frame so that you can pull the “Transfer Case Rearward Bolt Plate” out if needed
Finally, tighten all the bolts down approximately 30-40 ft./lb of torque. Then go through and double check every bolt once again for the proper amount of torque.
I’m definitely not a great writer. If you’re having trouble understanding the installation steps, send an email so that I can fix my mistakes.
Fix that dark spot on the H3 & H3T Dashboard at night with the HVAC Instrument Panel Light Bulbs, sold as a pack of 5. The HVAC Instrument Panel Light Bulbs are direct replacements for the burnt out HVAC light bulbs on GM HVAC Dashboards, 4x4 Controls, and also the Door Lock / Window Controls. These light bulbs are only held on to the PCB board by a quarter turn which makes these light bulbs extremely quick and easy to replace. Be sure to contact me for any issues with replacing the light bulbs in your H3 HUMMER.
Slide over rocks and through the mud without getting stuck, with 1/4 inch thick skid plates extending the H3 Hummer Under Body Protection 4' x 2', completely protecting the transmission and transfer case from damage. The skid plates come painted black, and with to brackets for mounting. Huge, flat, and smooth, these skid plates truly shine in the deep mud or snow helping you to easily slide on down the trail, when the 35" tires just can't quite reach the ground.
The H3 Hummer Hidden Winch Mount bolts on to the Hummer with no permanent modification required to mount an 8,000lb. winch. The winch mount is excessively strong, made from 3/8" steel for unquestionable strength and reliability. Secured in place with 4 bolt massive bolts, 2 x 5/8" and 2 x 3/4". Easily installed in a day, and most of that time is just properly relocating the control box solenoid. Designed to used with an Aluminum Hawse Fairlead and Synthetic Rope, providing the best in safety and strength. In stock, and ready to ship.
The Spartan Chin is a skydiving camera mount for use with the G3 Cookie Helmet and a GoPro Session or a GoPro Session 5. Instead of mounting the camera on top of the helmet which most skydivers traditionally choose, I decided to change directions and mount the camera as close as possible on the chin for some key benefits for myself. Before exiting the plane when I'm fun-jumping, I can read the screen on my GoPro and see that it is recording without taking my helmet off or bothering someone else to check the recording status. The extra headroom is quite helpful for the muscles in my neck and also helps reduce the number of scratches to the GoPro's lens. When I happen to jump on a Pro-Rated Skydive, or perhaps land off, I have handy a packing tool with me.
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The H3 Quick n’ Simple Auxiliary Audio Input is a plug and play 3.5mm audio input wiring harness for the H3 Hummer factory radio. This wiring harness only minutes to install, works flawlessly, and is easy to use. Once installed, just plug a standard 3.5mm headphone jack in the wiring harness and the other end into your phone. Press the button labeled "Band" on the factory radio until you see "XM". Do not worry, an XM-Sirus satellite subscription isn't necessary for the Quick n' Simple Auxiliary Input. When done listening to the music on the phone, just unplug the 3.5mm headphone jack and XM-Sirus satellite will work normally again.
The H3 Hummer High Clearance Leaf Spring Mounts completely replace the entire rear axle leaf spring bolt plate. Designed to be used with 2" longer shackles but not required, these mounts eliminate all the issues with the factory leaf spring mount. An increased ground clearance protects from ripped up leaf spring mounts, stops broken U-Bolts, bend shock mounts, and allows for the factory spec shock ride height with the optional longer shackles. The Leaf Spring Mounts are laser cut from 1/4 inch steel and bent with relief cuts out of one solid piece of metal, making it a part that's bolted on and forgotten about.
The OnStar Microphone Adapter makes connecting the GM factory microphone to an aftermarket radio easy. Not just for the H3 Hummer, the OnStar Microphone Adapter works plenty other GM vehicles. This adapter probably works if the vehicle has a similar looking microphone. Otherwise, don't worry because the OnStar Adapter can be returned to me if it doesn't work. To connect the adapter to the microphone, just disconnect it from the wiring harness. Plug in the OnStar Microphone Adapter to the microphone and then run 3.5mm male-to-male headphone jack to the back of the radio.
A classy, yet simple solution to mounting a backup camera on an H3 Hummer. With this mount, the camera hides in plain sight. Protected from the elements and also damage. All the while offering up the perfect view when backing up. It also removes the guesswork while squeezing into a small parking spot. Helps with backup to a tow hitch on the first try, instead of leaving everyone with the illusion that it's our first time behind the steering wheel. With the camera mount, it's one less nuisance to deal with every time the H3 is driven. Making life... just a little bit easier.
Super heavy duty rocker panel protection rock slider for the H3 Hummer protect the body right below the doors. Bounce the Hummer off rocks, trees, and whatever happens to get stuck underneath there without worrying about damage. Built to take a beating, the square tubing is a quarter inch thick, the mounts are a half inch thick, the circle tubing is standard DOM roll cage tubing .2 inches thick and they weight in at 84lb. each. Basically, never worry about crushing the rocker panels again.
Lift the rear suspension 1 1/4 inches with these shackles for the H3 Hummer. Extended 2 inches longer than the factory, these shackles help out with maintaining the forward rake after leveling the front-end for better gas mileage and gaining those extra few inches for off-road. These shackles add extra confidence in tight turns because of the strength that these 1/4 inch thick steel and 1/8 inch braced shackles give you over the factory stamped shackles.
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