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    Chairbourn ranger! Mike Lowrrryyy's Avatar
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    Handy A.D.R links.

    So in the spirt of he who reads the rules and interoperates them to suit himself the most I give you some links to further your knowledge.

    Basic ADR's

    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa...dr_online.aspx

    Easy to read ADR spread sheet.

    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa...ember_2010.pdf


    Street rod.
    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa...treet_rod.aspx


    Vehicle Standards Bulletin
    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa...tin/index.aspx

    Quick guide to wheels and tyre laws in NSW

    http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/registrati...vsi09_rev4.pdf

    Handy trailer info
    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa...sb1/index.aspx

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    Chairbourn ranger! Mike Lowrrryyy's Avatar
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    Will post some more of the Mod guidelines on friday.
    Stuff like how big can the motor be and roll cages specs etc.

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    Thanks for that.
    Some time ago I was hoping that we could get together all that info into a little book you could keep in the car, just in case there was any argument as to what was legal and what wasn't.

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    I am building a folder to go with my car right now Bill with every ADR that is to do with my car.
    In this link it tells you when each ADR came in. IE if you have a 1984 model car what requirements you need to meet

    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa...n/pdf/vol1.pdf

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    How much of a job to do every year from say 1980 to present day?

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    Ta Dude...

    I have a copy of the '06 NCOP guidelines from a fellow member.

    V2 Jan 2011 NCOP.
    http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roa.../vsb_ncop.aspx

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    Ha! I just came to post the v2.0 NCOP link.
    Great reading.

    Bill that link just posted should be everything you need.

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    Hey Bill do you want to make this a sticky so other can find it easier?
    I am going to say things are only going to get harder for us as a whole and as time goes on people are going to need to know the rules more and more.
    Last edited by Mike Lowrrryyy; 29-07-11 at 04:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle View Post
    Hey Bill do you want to make this a sticky so other can find it easier?
    Done.

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    SA Modifications Guide:
    http://www.sa.gov.au/upload/franchis...20Vehicles.pdf

    If you have firm proof that anything in that doc is wrong (ie, no reason why an aftermarket plumb-back BOV isn't ok), you can take it up with them.
    If you are right, they will modify the doc.

    The guy who wrote this is reasonable and friendly to chat to (Clint in Vehicle Standards).
    Last edited by MWP; 28-09-13 at 01:16 AM.

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