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Old 07-09-2014, 12:36 PM
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So lhd to rhd conversion, what do we need done?
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Old 07-09-2014, 02:22 PM
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So lhd to rhd conversion, what do we need done?
most definitely engineer approval mate!! that is a big one.

not so sure on the seatbelts either Al, I know that when I got mine done, it was because of the loading on the mounts and the Australian requirement for load ratings compared to US vehicles. he was happy for me to use original mounting points where a single belt was positioned, but where 2 belts (centre belt and outer in the back seat) were combined I had to use finer thread and a plate.

also, Lo1 takes into account headrests (mandatory after a certain year), clear reverse lights and emissions. that is all I know about that..... I'm no expert on this.
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It sounds more confusing to me...but you know the saying, turn your watch back one hour and ten years when visiting QLD
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It sounds more confusing to me...but you know the saying, turn your watch back one hour and ten years when visiting QLD
Not wrong there.I got an Lo8 just months before this came into play.

Anyone know if it is legal for me to now remove mine?
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Old 21-05-2015, 12:33 PM
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No you can not remove the plate once fitted. It is same as the mod plates, they can't be taken off even if the mod is removed. The plate is linked to the chassis number so in a worst case situation of a fatal accident they will be looking for it just like they look at compliance plates.
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