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We have inspections on anything older than three years, not that hard if you know the right people.
Also for my first registration I had to get an engineering certificate for everything modified which also cost $1600.00.
I had to pay $3700.00 for my first years registration which include stamp duty and third party personal insurance and Engineers cert. From now on it will be about $1000.00 until it goes up again.
Man they soak it to you!
You got to love that ride to pay those prices.
"engineering certificate" sounds like your Building a house.
Last Tag I got was $28 and insurance with out collision will run about $250 a year.
Les AD1 USNR-R Sometimes the things that may or may not be true are the things that a man needs to believe in the most: that people are basically good; that honor, courage, and virtue mean everything; that power and money, money and power mean nothing; that good always triumphs over evil; that love, true love, never dies... No matter if they're true or not, a man should believe in those things because those are the things worth believing in."Hub McCann Secondhand Lions"
That right four cars at $1000.00 each to register for one year plus a truck that is $2000.00 a year but can be paid quarterly. Plus full insurance on top of that which is about another $3000.00 for all vehicles that I have.
I see this tread is fairly old but will see if theres any response anyway.
I too am in NSW & am thinking of going the pocket kit but had a few questions.
It obviously had no trouble with the engineering side of things which was one concern.
I am trying to do most mods myself but this looks quite in-depth & is kind of scary when it comes to cutting up the frame, did you carry out this job yourself & was it hard to do?
It's either the pocket springs, a 4 link which is probably an overkill/expensive for just a cruiser or relocating the leaf springs to inboard of the frame.
Any advice or thoughts would be appreciated.
I'm only really after 2 objectives, to put the widest wheels I can on the rear(have mini tubs) and to get it to sit fairly low without airbags etc.
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