Legality of bodylift qld

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Legality of bodylift qld

Unread post by Dann_98 » July 8th, 2014, 11:58 pm

Hi everyone

I own a 1999 mazada bravo and have been wanting to put a 2inch body lift under it. I have been reading that for this i will need to make an application for an individual vehichle modification to QLD transport. Just wondering if this is true and if so what is the process. Also are polly lift blocks legal in qld or will i need to go with alloy blocks.

Cheers and thanks in advance

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Re: Legality of bodylift qld

Unread post by Rogers Cruiser » July 9th, 2014, 1:50 am

Dont trust anything you hear on the forum (no offense guys but i have read more then a few disagreements where both people think that they are 100% right.)

Call the RTA or what ever its called and ask them. ask for someone who knows about 4x4 modifications!

'98-'06 - FJ-45 Ute fell over one day and didnt survive
'06-now - HJ-47 Troopy, restored and now daily driver.
'13-now - HJ-47 Ute, Farm fresh rust bucket, needs a restoration. viewtopic.php?f=22&t=152811

now - Off Road Box/Camper Trailer. viewtopic.php?f=134&t=153968&p=1792444#p1792444

Dont listen to me, Ive got an opinion on everything!

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Re: Legality of bodylift qld

Unread post by Anthony16243 » July 17th, 2014, 12:19 pm

hey mate did you find out what the laws were about the body. looking at putting one into my 04 bravo, and also what else do I have to do when I install the body lift?

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Re: Legality of bodylift qld

Unread post by axialmark » July 18th, 2014, 9:04 am

For what it is worth a new set of nationally accepted modification guidelines has just been drafted by a group of certifying engineers along with the Australian Streetrod Federation, Australian Street Machine Association and state authorities which is aimed at having a uniform set of rules across the land. Try contacting Ian Davis at he may be able to steer you in the right direction as he is one of the main people behind the instigation and development of the guide lines.

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