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On 2/25/2022 at 4:43 PM, M.Seidam said:

Qudra my backyard my favourite and still it is

Hi @M.Seidam thanks for sharing, amazing recovery and most of all what a great display of camaraderie throughout Carnity.

Just out of curiosity, could you share the location where this happened? that sand looks very soft, the area very technical too.

 

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5 hours ago, Mario Cornejo said:

Hi @M.Seidam thanks for sharing, amazing recovery and most of all what a great display of camaraderie throughout Carnity.

Just out of curiosity, could you share the location where this happened? that sand looks very soft, the area very technical too.

 

Sure 

24°46'32.2"N 55°20'22.1"E
https://goo.gl/maps/W1jmsFeYZJebiTBx9

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Dear Friends 

@Carnity @Imteeaz @Arda Yagcioglu ( pict and clip curtesy to you thank you ) @Lawrence_Chehimi @Gok Krish

keeping this thread Alive I put this from Sweihan drives V 

I got wedged as you see in the picture below after shoveling the sand wall from behind the rear tires and right front and made it to be prepared for what comes next . I asked @Imteeaz to go back and forth from where he is supposed to recover me to prepare a track for him self . After that 4 ropes connected ( 50 meters ) and I was redirected . Comments are welcome always so we can always learn develop and improve 

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13 minutes ago, M.Seidam said:

Dear Friends 

@Carnity @Imteeaz @Arda Yagcioglu ( pict and clip curtesy to you thank you ) @Lawrence_Chehimi @Gok Krish

keeping this thread Alive I put this from Sweihan drives V 

I got wedged as you see in the picture below after shoveling the sand wall from behind the rear tires and right front and made it to be prepared for what comes next . I asked @Imteeaz to go back and forth from where he is supposed to recover me to prepare a track for him self . After that 4 ropes connected ( 50 meters ) and I was redirected . Comments are welcome always so we can always learn develop and improve 

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Hats off @M.Seidam... Well executed recovery with precise instruction.. 👏 

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Thank you @Rizwanm2 .. actually after the last time in Sweihan III we learned it better . If at all possible try to avoid the rope being in super tight and always try to keep the recovery car at the best gravity advantage . Even if you use 10 ropes . I remember ( somewhere in this thread maybe you will find it ) Richard used a very long connected ropes to bring a car stuck at the base of an ascending soft ramp .

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Well managed @M.Seidam, taking the time to analyze the situation, and putting in place what is required to limit the stress on the vehicles, and the risks for everyone !

I was stuck in similar situation in my last drive, and managed to get out thanks to the capabilities of the car :)

But I realize afterwards that it would have been difficult to recover. I will keep in mind your step by step approach for the next one !

 

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52 minutes ago, JeromeFJ said:

Well managed @M.Seidam, taking the time to analyze the situation, and putting in place what is required to limit the stress on the vehicles, and the risks for everyone !

I was stuck in similar situation in my last drive, and managed to get out thanks to the capabilities of the car :)

But I realize afterwards that it would have been difficult to recover. I will keep in mind your step by step approach for the next one !

 

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Nice one @JeromeFJ.  Rear diff lock is real gem in this kind of situations.  

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