The H3T Sportsman was the other concept truck HUMMER had on display at the 2009 SEMA show, and we’ve added a gallery to our coverage. One accessory that wasn’t specifically listed but appeared on the truck was a rear utility-light that attached to bedrails of the truck – something we haven’t seen before but looked like an accessory that H3T owners may be interested in.
The H3T Sportsman concept also started with an Alpha engine package, but HUMMER engineers added around 70-horsepower by adding LS2 cylinder heads, a higher-lift camshaft (and supporting components), and a custom 3.5-inch performance exhaust system.
Next, the H3T Sportsman got 35-inch-tall BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires mounted on HUMMER Accessory 20-inch wheels, Light Racing Jounce Shocks and 2-inch-diameter Rod Hall Racing piggyback reservoir-type performance shocks, improving the H3T’s inherent off-road capability.
The Sportsman concept also has genuine HUMMER accessories such as the lockable storage boxes that affix to the H3T’s standard bed-rail system, all-weather floormats, and seat covers.
Just like the Moab concept, an integrated Winch system from Predator Motors Sports has been installed.
The exterior finish is a Wildrye Matte custom paint, accented by a color matched grille at matte fuel door.
Love the rims. Is a suspension modification needed to mount 35’s on the H3T?
You’ll most likely run into some clearance issues with 35 inch tires on the stock suspension. Some options would be a leveling kit, body spacers, suspension lift, etc.
The tires on this truck are 285’s, so about the same as the adventure package size of 33inches — these fit with no modification. Same size as the Goodyear’s we put on the project truck.
This “custom” paint looks pretty similar to birch white… Hmm… 😛
It’s a matte coating – hard to capture in photos. Looks good in person, though.
Where can I find that light bar? I have looked everywhere!
This is about the closest you’ll find: http://deltatechindustries.com/site/01-9360-6X
Thanks! That’s the only one I could find also. I hate when I find accessories that aren’t produced for the public. Such a tease.
good year should make these tires in a 35/12.50/20 for the h-2 hummers also would work on a lot of others could even replace the 285/65/20 with a little more meat on the trail