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Old 7th July 2011, 22:35   #1
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Folks,

Had been out this Sunday With My Bro His wife & somemore kids, had royal fun at the sand dunes,
as usual No Plan & suddenly at 11:00 AM we decide to go out (altough I had to be at our stall by 5:00 pm)
so Off we went only 2 vehicles, My Tank & My Bros 410, some kids & Family, we were back by 6:00 pm at home

The Kids Tejas 5+ years & Dheeraj 2+ years had a Ball of time doing there bit of 4x4 with sand dunes

Let the Videos speak.





























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Old 7th July 2011, 22:58   #2
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Where is this? Pinakini?
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Old 7th July 2011, 23:33   #3
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Wonderful videos sunil. Which engine do you have in your vehicle?

Did you engine over heat?
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While I see you had fun.

Don't mean to dampen your spirits but a note of caution. Do not put kids without any seat belts in these kind of rides, if your vehicles tips over they could get seriously hurt or crushed under the parts. Especially given the wide open window spaces where you can fall out.
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Old 8th July 2011, 21:45   #5
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Sv Sir, Thats G-14 classified will call you & talk to you
@ Frankenstein its the stock 2.7L TDI 75HP 195Nm, no it did not heat up at all.
Thanks Fillmore, what ou say is right, I get the kids out when I do anything that seems even a whee bit risky, point taken, will strap them even on safe places as they can get hurt even by just falling inside the vehicle off the seat.

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