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Re: FREAKY FRIDAY 13 Drive!!

Post by Chamalo » Sat Oct 14, 2017 9:35 am

Thank you so much.
First fewbie drive, first experience I will for sure remember.
Keep on the safe side.
Francis. :drive: :drive: :drive:

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Re: FREAKY FRIDAY 13 Drive!!

Post by John » Sat Oct 14, 2017 2:27 pm

Great drive yesterday ladies and gents :drive:
It was heartwarming to see 50+ members gathered together! and the season is just starting!
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Until the next one :-BD

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Re: FREAKY FRIDAY 13 Drive!!

Post by Sebastien » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:25 am

Thank you @John.Xterra for this nice drive,
Nice area with a few long ridges, a bit bumpy with all the grass it's been a long time since we bonced like this in a drive ...
A part from one mechanical indicent, we had a good intermediate level drive with few stucks, every body drove well, it was a good drive. :drive:

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Re: FREAKY FRIDAY 13 Drive!!

Post by Akawel » Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:13 pm

Interesting Friday 13th newbies drive this weekend. :D

We had a nice convoy of 12 cars, with Saif leading the drive across nice and technical dunes. The soft sand gave a little challenge to the new comers in the DO family but everybody did very well. :ymapplause:

Thanks Bernardo for helping me sweeping the convoy. It was good fun despite some tricky recoveries.
We surprisingly experienced 2 pop-outs at the end of the afternoon on the same car, but at different moments. A rear wheel pop-out is not that frequent and I believe it was a good learning for all to see how to fix the tire.

See you next week on the sand for more fun. :drive:
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