Beginner's, Intermediate & Advance level Friday Afternoon Sand Drive 11th September 2020, note earlier start @ 2:30pm

Please note that you will not be allowed to join the drive if you come to the meeting point without a functioning pre-programmed radio and a flag with flag pole attached to your car. This is for your safety and for the safety of others on the drive. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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Rixwansyed
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Re: Beginner's, Intermediate & Advance level Friday Afternoon Sand Drive 11th September 2020, note earlier start @ 2:30p

Post by Rixwansyed » Thu Sep 10, 2020 3:29 pm

Dear Hamza,

Why I do not get added to whatsapp group for the rides. I have my phone number correctly added in profile. But when i save number it skips the initial Zero from it. Can you please correct 0557334645
. I opted for drive and still no group add.



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Post by Hamza Ahmad » Thu Sep 10, 2020 4:43 pm

Rixwansyed wrote:
Thu Sep 10, 2020 3:29 pm
Dear Hamza,

Why I do not get added to whatsapp group for the rides. I have my phone number correctly added in profile. But when i save number it skips the initial Zero from it. Can you please correct 0557334645
. I opted for drive and still no group add.
Hi, the groups will be created either this evening or tomorrow morning. I will add you in the convoy WhatsApp group.



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Post by Newbieoff-roader » Sat Oct 03, 2020 3:06 am

Dears thanks for sharing details...I saw both Camel and Vitlay ...at Noon and Amazon both are available for very diff levels you mentioned...can you advice the model no ..don't want to buy something not durable or not apt... Ofcourse don't want to overspend as well...please advice



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Post by samirtengli » Sat Oct 03, 2020 12:55 pm

Newbieoff-roader wrote:
Sat Oct 03, 2020 3:06 am
Dears thanks for sharing details...I saw both Camel and Vitlay ...at Noon and Amazon both are available for very diff levels you mentioned...can you advice the model no ..don't want to buy something not durable or not apt... Ofcourse don't want to overspend as well...please advice
You could for the Vitaly.
Attaching the exact buy so you won’t miss the model #

Ultra Extreme 4x4 Tire Super Air Flow Portable Car Air compressor 300 Litter/Mints 150 PSI With Carry Bag Color RED https://www.amazon.ae/dp/B07P8B3KBJ/ref ... EFbHEW5MJJ

Prices have reduced slightly as well.

I’ve seen a lot of people use it that’s why bought this. Very fast. Durable.


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Post by Newbieoff-roader » Tue Oct 06, 2020 1:14 pm

Thanks for the same...saw some Camel make compressor as well...with cfm of around 85ltr/min, very reasonably priced. Anyone using camel make? If yes, somehow thought duct on might be an issue on that, any suggestion on suitable size of duct.



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Post by Newbieoff-roader » Tue Oct 06, 2020 1:16 pm

This is the link...it's only for 30aed..seems strange for specs though

https://www.amazon.ae/Ultra-Heavy-Cylin ... SWSC6FC998



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amar.mohamed
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Post by amar.mohamed » Tue Oct 06, 2020 4:05 pm

Newbieoff-roader wrote:
Tue Oct 06, 2020 1:16 pm
This is the link...it's only for 30aed..seems strange for specs though

https://www.amazon.ae/Ultra-Heavy-Cylin ... SWSC6FC998
Nope. Don't go this one. It'll take around 8-10 mins to fill per tyre and thermal cutoff will happen sometime in between the second tyre or third. Then you'll have to wait for another 10 mins for it to cool down before starting again. You'll effectively be spending around 40-50 filling tyres itself. This one is more of an emergency compressor

Go for the one which samirtengli suggested



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