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  1. well done @Simon Dawood. As someone I have driven with many times and witnessed the smiling face & helping hand, i know you will do great being a support. All the best!
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  2. @Simon Dawood Congrats on the promotion. Have a good one mate
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  3. Offroading in 1920's. Stock suspension, Stock tires, rolls overs and recovery
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  4. BOOM! Congrats @Simon Dawood, not seen you for a while but look forward to driving again with you soon! Keep up the reputation of the Class of winter 2021/22 🀣
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  5. Congratulations @Simon Dawood for joining the Support Team with Carnity Offroad Club. Looking forward to seeing you growing further and helping others to learn the art of offroading in a safe environment. Please make sure your Carnity user profile is always updated with all the latest Emergency contact details. SUPPORT TEAM Pre-requisite 1) Minimum 10 any level "Carnity" drives are required after your Intermediate promotion. Once you decide to join Team Carnity to excel further with your off-roading, people, and commanding skills, you will be extensively trained by the whole Team Carnity from Expert - Marshal - Crew at various stages by supporting different levels drives. Stage 1 Support different Marshals and Crew at Newbie level drives to demonstrate: Your ability and willingness to support new offroaders. Ability to gain control of the commanding situations. And clear communication skills to help manage the convoy. Stage 2 (optional) Pre-requisite 1) Minimum supporting 6 Newbie/Fewbie drives per quarter (within 3 months). 2) Minimum 10 "Carnity" Intermediate drives are required within the last 6 months. 2) For progressing further to Advisor level, you need to receive a minimum of 4 different Marshals / Crew approval by supporting 4 or more Newbie drives, so that you can attain adequate exposure for bigger roles that come with more responsible and commanding tasks in the future. To learn and demonstrate your recovery and self-recovery skills. Help individuals to self-recover or use tow rope or winch recoveries. To demonstrate your convoy commanding skills in difficult situations. And people interaction skills to manage the convoy with clear communication. Once you receive 4 different Marshals / Crew approval, then you will be eligible for your Advisor promotion. Eligibility criteria: Maximum two rounds of 4 Newbie drives each will be assigned to you with different Marshals for demonstrating your skills, knowledge, commitment, and team player attitude. You must attain a full consensus of all 4 Marshal / Crew in either the first or the second round as a qualifier. Full 4 drives consensus need to be achieved in either round for you to proceed, else your promotion request will be rejected permanently. You may of course continue in the Carnity Off-road Club at your previous rank.
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  7. @Gaurav can you share the picture you took of me being stuck please Thanks!
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  9. Congrats @Haitham Khattab. see you on IM drives soon!!
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  10. A fair few months on i wanted to update this post. Im still of the opinion that 265/70 is better for the desert than a 265/65. However, when i got to fewbie plus level and criss crossing i sometimes found rubbing issue on the left hand wheel, when steering left, it would rub slightly on the back of the wheel arch. Ive since found that my shock bushes and lower arm bushes were worn and could have resulted in extra movements. If you want to play it safe and ensure zero rubbing, id suggest 265/65. would welcome other comments. Now with new bushes, lift kit etc etc i rarely get any rubbing.
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  12. the roll over recovery bit is interesting, we never tried this technique.
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  13. Thank you @Islam Soliman and team for your support and patience in what was a somewhat frustrating drive for me- three popouts (after another only the day before)! On the good advice of my teammates I have requested quotes for smaller rims and am also looking at bead grip for good measure. Thank you all for the incredibly efficient fixes. My friend remarked on the comraderie and team spirit and I was proud to tell him that this is the culture of this club. Thanks @Beide Worku for the tip on that jack, it is at the top of my Christmas letter to Santa. Good to see you back on track after Saturday!
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  14. @Looper Thanks for the help and advice, we are looking into rear bumpers. So far the zip ties are holding up but I couldn't imagine it will be long before I'm looking at my rear bumper in the sand hope to see again on the trail soon
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  15. Congratulations 🎊 by best friend @Simon Dawood for the promotion. You deserve it and hope to see you marshal soon. 🎊🎊🎊🎊
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  16. Congratulations @Simon Dawood! So good to come back to the desert with news of this amazing news. I look forward to seeing you on a convoy soon
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  17. Congrats @Simon Dawood..see you soon in your new role!!
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