Registering for trips. All members to note.

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Re: Registering for trips. All members to note.

Post by Akazmi82 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:21 pm

Dear Hamza,

I am quite interested in joining the trip you guys have organised friday feb 1st, but it seems like the registration is closed, is there a way you can accomdate me, i was also wondering is a walkie talkie a must, if so which one should i get and where from.

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Ali



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Post by Jammy1975 » Mon Jul 13, 2020 9:27 am

anandP wrote:
Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:46 am
Hi Hamza,

Being a new member, would like to know from where i can buy the required necessary items that you have mentioned in the list. Kindly advice. I am having a Prado 2008

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Anand
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All, iam a newbie and need help in buying compressor and deflator pins please.

Thanks


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Mohit Mendiratta

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Post by anton » Mon Jul 13, 2020 9:25 pm

Jammy1975 wrote:
Mon Jul 13, 2020 9:27 am
anandP wrote:
Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:46 am
Hi Hamza,

Being a new member, would like to know from where i can buy the required necessary items that you have mentioned in the list. Kindly advice. I am having a Prado 2008

Regards
Anand
I
All, iam a newbie and need help in buying compressor and deflator pins please.

Thanks

Hi Jammy1975,

There are a few options that you can consider.
- We purchased our Golden Camel Twin compressor from Dragon Mart (S&D Auto Parts Dragon Mart - EAC01-02) for AED 250 earlier in the year.
- We tried the auto-deflators but they tend to be “knocked” ’out of their adjustment. I’d recommend buying a rapid tyre deflator (with built-in gauge) which we bought from Ace For AED 80.

Look forward to seeing you on a drive soon,


Anton



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