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Posted: Sat Mar 18, 2006 9:12 pm 
Tyre Shredder

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Ride: 1984 FD LTD

Location: Mackay
QLD, Australia

robsea80 wrote:
man ive had 28 cars since my first im 25 and my first was a xe falcon when i was 15 too and i dident have a clue about cars back thenbut when i was 16 i started as a engine rebuilder and lernt heaps did that for 4 years and i dident no what rice ment untill this thread lol

my first car was an ML Barina (learnt to drive legally in tht one)
then i saw the light and brought a FORD - 1983 ZK Fairlane :D
kept that for 90 days (read: killed it in 90days - head then killed the dizzy bad...)
got a 83 Mazda 626 5dr Hatch
followed by
1987 ZL Fairlane - cooked the motor a few too many times (worst was takignt he XE Pano home from Rivervale back up to midland...)
83 XE Pano that was ment to be a project (had to pay some1 to take that thing away!!!)
another 1983 ZK Fairlane
a 2002 Daewoo Lanos (yeah i know - i still have it too!)
had to sell the ZK when moved to QLD - brought mah lil Daewoo with me
brought another ZL Fairlane - which is sitting in the garage and hasnt moved since... hmm... november 05..

(all the fairlanes have / are efi 6's, the pano was an carb 4.1)

thats in 2 years iv had my lic..

(gets back in box*



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Posted: Sat Mar 18, 2006 9:57 pm 
Getting Side Ways

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it is illegal once the car is in motion once the car is stopped ie pulled over with the ignition OFF it is legal talked to an officer once and he told me that so when you see these people with underglow and driving around that's a defect!



R.I.P Tobias my son.

Posted: Sun Mar 19, 2006 5:32 pm 
Smokin em up

Age: 30

Posts: 274

Joined: 22nd Feb 2006

Ride: AU 6

Location: Geelong
VIC, Australia

yeah i spoke to a jack the other day and he said the same. i dont care.
Posted: Sun Mar 19, 2006 5:41 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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Ride: BA xr8 Magnet ute

Location: Melbourne
VIC, Australia

f**k dont be a fencer mate. your back will be f**k by 30. s**t job. go back to school and do yr 11 at least and become something that can take you places like an Electrician or something
Posted: Sun Mar 19, 2006 6:37 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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cooki_monsta wrote:
kermey has hit this one dead on the head, tis ok so long as u cant see the tube apparently :P and u cant have red on the front, red or blue anywhere and white on the back...

He sure has ;)
Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 1:27 am 
Getting Side Ways

Age: 27

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Ride: 2009 FG XR6 turbo project

Location: perth
WA, Australia

fencing isnt that hard man, i forst thought the same thing, but its pretty easy going.... im only doin it for another couple of years and then im becoming a trucky, so i wont be in it long e3nough to get long term injuries.
Posted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 5:53 pm 
Smokin em up

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Ride: EF GLi 5-spd & BA 'mont

Location: Albury
NSW, Australia

castlegreyskull wrote:
concorde wrote:
qwerty68 wrote:
in nsw you are aloud to have em just cant have em on when there car is moving

not allowed to have blue or red lights attached to anywhere on the front of your vehicle.

or on any part of car.

bought the missus blue lights to go on valve cap on her laser. and the cops pulled her over, and said she ant have them on. then i asked what was the go, he said all blue or red lights on cars are banned while the car is in motion.

so if car is in motion, yes they are illegal

if the car is being driven on public roads or road related areas, eg carparks. the only light that can be emitted from that vehicle are white from the front, amber at the side,and red from the rear. the exception to these are indicators & reverse lights. And if its classed as a heavy vehicle it may have amber/red side maker lights. thats how it was explained to be by a cop. I've looked into it since and, yep, thats how it goes. Any other coloured light is illegal.



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Posted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 2:45 pm 
Parts Gopher

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Location: Perth
WA, Australia

Underbody lights here in WA are perfectly legal as long as they conform to the requirements listed in the attached document



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