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Queensland 4x4 Club Incorporated
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3 September 2014
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Welcome To Our Club

Who Are We
Established in 1971, the Queensland 4X4 Club is based on the North side of Brisbane. We are affiliated with the State Association (Four Wheel Drive Queensland) and support and abide by their Code of Ethics.

The club conducts family oriented social activities, four wheel drive day trips and camping weekends within the South East Queensland region. Our members also conduct the occasional touring trips throughout the inland and coastal areas of Australia whenever the opportunity arises. We are a family oriented club with over 50 family members with vehicles of all makes and models. We encourage your family to come along with us to enjoy our natural environment.

Australia Day Long Weekend Camping Drive.
Forest Glen Camping
Australia Day Long Weekend - Drive

Club Meetings
Meetings are held every month except December.

Place:
Narangba Sports Complex
Williamina Court
Narangba Qld 4504

For a map click HERE
Date:
The third Friday of each month
Time:
Sausage Sizzle starts from 7:15 pm and the meeting starts at 8:00 pm (finishes around 9:30)
 

Queensland Regulations Relating to Vehicle Lifts and Tyre Size Changes (Current as of January 2014)
A big thanks to Peter who has researched, found and prepared the following information on this topic that has been hottly discussed at the past few monthly meetings.

Essentially without official certification 4WDs can have a total lift (increase in vehicle height) of 75mm of that:

  • Suspension no more than 50mm
  • Body lift no more than 50mm
  • Tyres no more than 25mm (50mm diameter larger)

Peter has prepared a brief that you can download HERE to keep in your glovebox as a reference, or alternatively to download a full copy of the Vehicle Modifications document click HERE.

A Tyre size calculator has also been provided so you can calculate the original OEM tyre size difference to what you have on your vehicle now, download it HERE.

Click HERE to access the Department of Transport and Main Roads relevant section of their Web Site if you wish to research further.