Tracked Hummer At SEMA Will Crush You, Take Your Gas

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If you've got an H2T but you're not happy with the gas mileage — finding it way too high — your options are limited. Sure, you could bolt on performance mods, but we'd suggest these elegant and subtle tracked belts to replace your efficient pneumatic tires. This H2 was spotted outside the Vegas convention center welcoming all who ventured out to see the SEMA fest, bedecked in two-tone green-and-black, ready to crawl to your favorite club. No word on top speed, but hey, it's not about when you get there; it's about what you crush on the way.

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SloopJohnB

I'm assuming those are made by Mattracks, but i could be wrong. If so, they can go at a pretty decent clip, and are a really cool thing for the right vehicle. Why they would be on a blinged out Hummer? Because the destination is SEMA, I suppose. Other wise, the heck if I know.