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Frederic

Newbie Desert Drive - Maliha - Fossil Rock - 7 Feb 2020

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43 minutes ago, Frederic said:

That doesn’t look good. I’ve been going through some forums and apparently the vehicle does not come with stock front tow hooks. Considering the weight of this truck i would not advise taking it to the desert. Recovery from both sides has to be possible at all times. 
 

installing Mopar tow hooks:

https://youtu.be/G_M3oSq0ybc
 

ok cool, ill see if i can get tow hooks today, if not ill just take the jeep. 

 

cheers thanks for the help

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15 hours ago, Denver Martins said:

Hi guys,

I was meant to go to dragon mart to buy my radio, flag and air compressor. Due to the virus, my wife and mates insist I should avoid going to dragon mart( I know is sad but better safe than sorry).

Is it okay if I could borrow a radio this time please? 
 

Thank you,

Denver

I understand the concern, but it is all a bit of a hoax about dragon mart. (The Corona)

There is a shop but quite far away that also sells the compressors, it is called Al Ghafa.

If you type Al Ghafa for picnic accessories in google maps, you get the location.

 

 

 

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@Ahmedmustafa90 welcome to Carnity !

Kindly provide us the following basic info:

* Which 4x4 are you driving ?

* Any prior offroading experience ? If so, where and when ?

* Are your vehicle's front and back towpoints in good condition ?

 

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Hi dear

nissan xterra

yes some experience in the desert going with club like dubai offroaders and friends 

yes it is having tow points also having own compressor - Ropes With shakel - deflator and shovel

 

 

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@Xaf Thanks a lot. Found it on google. 
shall have all my gear for the next trip as can’t it today. 
Cheers,

 

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8 minutes ago, Ahmedmustafa90 said:

Hi dear

nissan xterra

yes some experience in the desert going with club like dubai offroaders and friends 

yes it is having tow points also having own compressor - Ropes With shakel - deflator and shovel

 

 

Perfect. Thanks for the quick reply. See you on Friday !

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NOTIFICATION to all Carnity Offroaders:

Please have a look at below topic that notifies about the new Two-Way Radio Frequency list. For the members that have a radio already, please have a look if you can program it at home prior to the drive. If in doubt, kindly approach us before the drive briefing so we have some time to assist you in setting up your radio.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Frederic said:

That doesn’t look good. I’ve been going through some forums and apparently the vehicle does not come with stock front tow hooks. Considering the weight of this truck i would not advise taking it to the desert. Recovery from both sides has to be possible at all times. 
 

installing Mopar tow hooks:

https://youtu.be/G_M3oSq0ybc
 

I would recommend have some proper recovery points fabricated. I experienced these very similar tow hooks bended on me while recovering a truck, the recovery rope bounced back to my car, luckily I was using soft shackles. 

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3 minutes ago, kinnu said:

Hello, I have joined the Offroader club. Wish to participate for tomorrow Newbie Drive. 

Welcome to Carnity @kinnu

Kindly RSVP on the calendar and provide us with the following basic info: 

* Which 4x4 are you driving ?

* Any prior off-road experience ?

* Are your vehicle’s towpoints in good condition ?

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