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Mohamed Seidam

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  1. Most what I like in these wranglers that any color on them will tell different story πŸ˜„
  2. @HeisemWell said and done and that’s what is dune riding all about , to β€œsail β€œit on wheels and never ever to fight it no matter how experience you are or engine you are on. the bash plate will displace the sand making you β€œboat” to sail smoothly through πŸ‘ nice footage also πŸ‘Œ cheers
  3. @Wrangeld @Jeepie For both of you best wishes πŸ’.I like your approach both before , during and after the drive. Hopefully in the coming weeks I will be joining you guys .
  4. Another one but please watch carefully . What went wrong in the descend ?
  5. Dear @Frederic I respect your point of view. On the other hand the live Demonstration at the beginning can be done by more experienced driver then by time you will see the others will want to volunteer for the demo or at that stage to experience a real situation but β€œ arranged β€œ like any other practice we do while drive . So no panic. in distress situations no one is immune to anything . I have seen somewhere else experienced drivers in the face of imminent threat just loose control and get panicked forgetting the basics. I wish this be part of our weekly practice so we can master it the same way we master the other maneuvers , other than the stuck or refusal that comes along! Cheers πŸ™πŸ»
  6. Great respect to @Rahimdad bhai and all other seniors and drivers for their point of view I still believe that induced stuck on purpose in well selected area for the purpose of learning the fine detail still can be executed with no damage to the vehicle . It’s not necessary to be done like a routine but if the time permits as well as the general situation of the convoy response and upon their agreement . I would volunteer to my X get stuck for the first try and without trying we will never no how this will go . regarding 1:1 is great but it will be only me and I want all to be involved .
  7. @Carnity Dear Desert wanderers Each drive has its own pace and difficulty set by the leader depending on the level ( newbie , fewbie , F+ , intermediate ... and so on ) so are the maneuvers and style we perform ( side sloping , ridge riding , crisscrossing .... etc ) and all these are intentional and planned safely. Part of the game which is not intentional is when we encounter a refusal or stuck. How about to make it intentional ?! I am suggesting a conditional intentional stuck situation in safe environment where all drivers can witness it and learn from it in terms of analyzing the situation and learn the proper recovery technique . and this can be demonstrated once each drive matching the level of the drive . Especially the newbie and fewbie. for example like when we line up getting ready for uphill or side sloping the leader can choose a planned area where this can be demonstrated and still all is present and no violation to the Covid 19 precaution I believe the planed one would be far more beneficial for everyone as we know it’s part of our planned action during the drive. The real limitation to this maybe the time factor. Which might be on the expanse of other skills others see it more important . But to me there is no more skill higher for the off-roader to get out of a sticky situation as it’s an art of its own. Waiting your comments and feedback our seniors thank you cheers
  8. @Craig Finlayson thank you very much for posting such valuable recovery technique in communication loud and clear and execution smooth and flawless πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ
  9. @Ali Abas Ali hope you are doing well bro ! Don’t worry , once in a time it can happen . Take care and see you next week stronger than ever πŸ™πŸ»
  10. Dear @Chaitanya D superb well described report , felt while reading it like diving in a 25 meters swimming pool go and back under the water with no snorkel , breath holding . Can’t wait β€œdiving β€œ with you buddy ! Well done to all drivers from me cheers πŸ™πŸ»
  11. Big hat off to your son , no wonder then πŸ™πŸ» Hello from me to him well done
  12. @Chaitanya D I like both ( not the cars ) , the owners of the cars πŸ˜‰... but also I like the two cars ... well done my friend πŸ‘
  13. https://www.khaleejtimes.com/news/fighting-covid-19-camping-banned-in-fujairah
  14. Thank you indeed @Rahimdad bhai for the valuable point of view and totally agree
  15. @Irshad Alam πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ A legend , @Gaurav , always deserve a legendary moment at sunset !
  16. @Irshad Alam Beautiful paint πŸ‘πŸš™
  17. Dear @Rahimdad In addition that Alqudra is one of my favorite places family wise , also other reason that it’s not quite uncommon to see the other convoys ending up inflating as finish point adding up a reason for me and most of us to meet and chat behind our masks , Bless you and all the good people whom I know in person and also for those who’ve I wish to meet and know . cheers πŸ™πŸ»πŸš™πŸŒ·
  18. Hi dear friends What you think ? Such modern very expensive and electronically highly sophisticated trucks from technical point of view is it worthy to go for ? I don’t know , I don’t think I will be more happy with what I have .... still I am discovering new things in my X which is still to add to my skills and experience ! Cheers πŸš™πŸ˜Ž
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