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Mohamed Seidam

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About Mohamed Seidam

  • Birthday 06/18/1973

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  • Off-road Rank
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  • Interests
    Sports: swimming , cycling
    Machines : cars ( off-roading ) , motorcycles ( sport )

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  • My Car
    Nissan Xterra 2012 ( white/black )
  • Expertise
    Orthopedic Trauma and hand microsurgery

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  1. Can’t wait for this epic coming thrill through see you next Friday morning desert wanderers yet with much passion and joy ... God well . thank you @Ale Vallecchi !
  2. Congratulations @Foxtrot Oscar ! Hard work is always rewarded !
  3. @Janarthan congratulations well deserved buddy . Keep it up and see you in sand soon ! cheers πŸš™πŸ‘πŸŒ·
  4. @Sreejith Sreenivasan thank you indeed for the sharing here appreciate that all can see and Learn
  5. From the back side I captured it if I am not mistaken check please in the recovery thread @Sreejith Sreenivasan
  6. Hello dear off-roaders last Friday morning and evening drives were rich in thrill and experience and every drive carries along with it it’s own taste. revising my own tape after each drive I discover details that it might have been overlooked unintentionally. Watching others tapes discovering how much still I don’t know and how much patience and determination is required to learn precision and how to be in control from this weekend drive it turned out for me at least how important is the protection of the front underneath ( skid plate , bash plate , under armer ...etc ) which off-course will never be a substitute to the skills but it helps sometimes when waves slam the boat unexpectedly. also I learn my own vehicle dynamics and response and when to release the gas and when to push , when to steer or just let go . Also I realized how can you trouble shoot and try find solution on your own. last but not least learning how to Lead is the trust of the whole convoy behind that will do the best to maintain compliance and stick to the rules of convoy and tasks given and this is well seen and appreciated by all. I wanted to share my thoughts that’s why I wrote. cheers πŸ‘πŸš™πŸŒ·
  7. Nice snaps and video @Yousef Alimadadi if you have a clip of the recovery of the pagero that would be superb . cheers πŸ˜ŽπŸš™πŸ‘
  8. @Sreejith Sreenivasan thank you for sharing as the back of the convoy couldn’t witness it , but now we know . @Srikumar instructions to @xavier and @Janarthan execution upon instructions were a school by all means. My Observation of stuck vehicle : self recovery attempt didn’t succeed despite shoveling and Rare diff lock , ( the ground sticky leveled , so essentially as if the 4 tires were at equal resistance but barely on ground ) . Just one question please : more deflation was done before or after shoveling ? ! observation of the recovery vehicle : utilized the gravity slope down to let β€œ winch β€œ and eventually recover . please @Sreejith Sreenivasan can you add these two to the thread :the greatest of recoveries . I put there already two that I Had the chance to witness my self. cheers πŸ‘πŸš™πŸ™πŸ»
  9. Thank you @Rahimdad , your recovery of the JGC of @Athula Dharmadada was great . πŸ‘
  10. Hi @Franco Swart good drive and bowel clearance πŸ˜‰πŸ‘‡ @Janarthan nice clearance πŸ˜‰πŸ‘‡
  11. Excellent @Rizwanm2 thank you for sharing this problem and solution . cheers πŸ‘πŸŒ·πŸš™
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