Introduce yourself

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Real Name: Ahmed Alalawi
Vehicle Make & Model: 2016 Ford F150 – Lariat –Hi Rider(4x4)
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Number of drives: 6
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Re: Introduce yourself

Post by [email protected] » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:24 pm

Name: Ahmed Alalawi
Vehicle: 2016 Ford F150 – Lariat –Hi Rider(4x4)
Occupation: Construction
Offroading: Few desert drives



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Post by Francis » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:44 pm

[email protected] wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:24 pm
Name: Ahmed Alalawi
Vehicle: 2016 Ford F150 – Lariat –Hi Rider(4x4)
Occupation: Construction
Offroading: Few desert drives
Welcome the the club fellow trucker :ymhug:


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Posts: 4
Real Name: Ahmed Alalawi
Vehicle Make & Model: 2016 Ford F150 – Lariat –Hi Rider(4x4)
Disclaimer: Agreed and Signed.
Nickname: Ahmed212
Number of drives: 6
Blood Group: B+

Post by [email protected] » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:03 pm

Francis wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:44 pm
[email protected] wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:24 pm
Name: Ahmed Alalawi
Vehicle: 2016 Ford F150 – Lariat –Hi Rider(4x4)
Occupation: Construction
Offroading: Few desert drives
Welcome the the club fellow trucker :ymhug:
Thanks, hope to learn some dune shaving :)



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Post by haseeb-F150 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:03 pm

Name: Haseeb Gaya
Vehicle: 2015 Ford F150 – Hi Rider
Occupation: Project Management Consultant
Offroading: Some experience driving off road, have been riding quads in the desert for years.



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Arsalan80
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Real Name: Arsalan Irshad Sheikh
Vehicle Make & Model: Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Year 2017
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Number of drives: 3

Post by Arsalan80 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:04 am

Name: Arsalan Sheikh
Vehicles: 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee TrailHawk - Stock for now. 1996 Jeep Cherokee Limited XJ - Minor suspension upgrades. 1986 FJ 40 - Lexus V8, LC 70 Drivetrain, 7" lift, BFG T/A 35". 1984 AM General M151 MUTT - Toyota 3CT Diesel, Auto, IRS/IFS w/ Lockers, 6" Lift, 12" extended, 35" Mts
Occupation: IT Consulting
Offroading: Since 2007. Mud, Rocks, Snow, Gravel, Mountains, Riverbed sand, Waterfording... 1 practice rally run as a navigator. New to desert/dune sand experience.
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Biggie
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Real Name: Birjesh Partap Singh
Vehicle Make & Model: FJ cruiser 2017
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Post by Biggie » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:57 am

Hello Everyone! Im new to the group,

Name: Birjesh Partap Singh (Biggie)
Vehicle: FJ Cruiser 2017
Occupation: Regulatory & Quality Engineer

Born and raised in Dubai, Im an adrenaline junkie, Hope to have fun in the coming rides with the group!
Been riding since age of 14, been on couple of off roading drives, but this will be the first technical ride on the dunes, any tips and tricks for newbies are definitely appreciated.
I have narrowed down to pick up the Motorola 777 walkie talkie, FJ is has inclusive air compressor & crawl control,
Got a 380000 mA portable jump start kit, Flag for the truck. I will be looking for a decent tow string or chain (Or snatch strap kit)

Let me know if I missed out on anything!



Asim

Post by Asim » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:32 am

Welcome to Dubai Offroaders Biggie

We do not use chains or unrated tow straps. You may get a KINETIC ROPE from Marshal Saif.

C u soon on the sand.



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Post by Biggie » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:09 am

Asim wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:32 am
Welcome to Dubai Offroaders Biggie

We do not use chains or unrated tow straps. You may get a KINETIC ROPE from Marshal Saif.

C u soon on the sand.
Thanks Asim! Yes I will be getting Kinetic Rope, I have been recommended that through Matt,
I have managed to get the Motorola 777, but im definite its a fake one from Dragon mart, the sale guy claimed that it would work really well so yet to try that out. (160dh with a dc charger)



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Vehicle Make & Model: Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
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Number of drives: 1
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Post by dustin » Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:05 pm

Name: Dustin
Vehicle: 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, Mopar off-road front and rear (steel) bumpers, Mopar skid plates, Warn 9.5ti (9500 lb) winch, Mopar Hi-Lift jack carrier, Baja Rack utility roof rack, Teraflex Wasatch rear cargo rack, Front Runner JKU cargo slide
Occupation: IT
Off-roading: My wife and I spent the last three years in Saudi and did a lot of off-roading with a similar group there called the Riyadh Rovers. When the weather was nice, we did desert excursions every couple of weeks, including a three-day trip deep into the Empty Quarter. Always a great time, and looking forward to doing more of that here and getting to know many of you.



Asim

Post by Asim » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:32 pm

dustin wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:05 pm
Name: Dustin
Vehicle: 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, Mopar off-road front and rear (steel) bumpers, Mopar skid plates, Warn 9.5ti (9500 lb) winch, Mopar Hi-Lift jack carrier, Baja Rack utility roof rack, Teraflex Wasatch rear cargo rack, Front Runner JKU cargo slide
Occupation: IT
Off-roading: My wife and I spent the last three years in Saudi and did a lot of off-roading with a similar group there called the Riyadh Rovers. When the weather was nice, we did desert excursions every couple of weeks, including a three-day trip deep into the Empty Quarter. Always a great time, and looking forward to doing more of that here and getting to know many of you.
Welcome to DO @dustin

Just browse through our forum to understand the basic equipments required for our trips :drive: :drive:

hope to see you soon on sand :drive: :drive: :drive:



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