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  1. Hi, your 3.5 Pajero should be good enough. Regarding the modification to the bumper the main issue is with the rear aluminium bumper which can be removed by loosening a few bolts.
  2. Nice area for a Fewbie level drive. All the fewbies do join this drive and have the taste in Asif bhai's home turf @ 'Sweihan'. Excellent area for nice rolling dunes with an equally exceptional Lead Driver.
  3. Wonderful @Rahimdad.If I am in town I shall join the morning as well as the afternoon drive. A whole day of desert driving. Really looking forward to it.
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    Recovery Dampers - what do you think?

    It's good if you are using hard shackles. We generally use soft shackles which eliminates the risk of any damage
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    Buying a Pajero!

    Yes, this is a skid plate. You will have to get it fabricated
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    Buying a Pajero!

    @Per A the main issue while offroading is with the rear bumper which kinda works like a shovel. You can always attach a bar at the back or if you intend to maintain the original look this is a design I got from @Rahimdad. Pics are below but not necessarily in order. For the front bumper it would be good to remove the front mud guard and might have to trim the bumper a bit. Alternatively, @WiLfY can suggest about getting a two inch lift which would eliminate the need for trimming the bumper and would also give a you a decent ride height.
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    Buying a Pajero!

    LWB will still do reasonably well...congrats on your purchase.
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    Budget leasing for daily commute

    Rent a car is a stop gap arrangement maybe for a month or two. With low prices in the second hand car market I would suggest that you look at a smaller sedan preferably Japanese which has clocked less than 200,000 KMS. Get it thoroughly checked and keep some extra money (approx 2 - 3k) to do the immediate maintenance and repair work on it for piece of mind. Also out of personal experience stay away from Nissan and their CVTs. I have had two gear box failures in 4 year old Sentras and am having to change the them even before the EMI on the car was completed. An absolute piece of shit.
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    Buying a Pajero!

    Normally for such low mileage they would have a service contract with Al Habtoor. So it would be easy to check the service record
  10. Srikumar

    Buying a Pajero!

    And some of them never bother to do the scheduled maintenance. This I am stating out of personal experience. So like Gaurav said it doesn't matter who has driven it as along as it's regularly maintained.
  11. Srikumar

    Did anyone feel the earthquake?

    @shadow79 maybe it was you falling off the bed.
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    Newbie drive Maliha/Kalba - 8 Feb 2019

    Nice pictures, please post them in the gallery
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    Newbie drive Maliha/Kalba - 8 Feb 2019

    We have spare radios to lend for the first drives. You can buy your own radio later.
  14. I am in for Option 1, prefer to camp there the previous night. If everyone is camping then maybe we can do it near the bowl. Else might prefer to camp close to the petrol station. Anyone else in for the camping?
  15. Am with you on this one Emmanuel. Let have some extra ropes if we need it