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Mark Dewhurst

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  1. Outtakes and mistakes V1
  2. Engineer Adam testing his own vehicle VY commodore
  3. Mark Dewhurst

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    LT2 Swerve test 2006 GU patrol
  4. Version 1.0.0

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    Details on what to expect and what to do before the LT2 Lane change manoeuvre test
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  5. Version 1.1.0

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    This document describes how to remove and replace the harmonic front seal on the 3.2 Litre P5AT engine found in the Ford ranger and Mazda BT50 it is also very similar to the 2.2 litre P4AT engine.
    $2.00
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    To provide information about an amendment to Australian Design Rules (ADRs) regarding additional driving lights including LED light bars.
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    Vehicle Standards Bulletin No. 5 (VSB 5), “National Code of Practice, Manufacture of Additional Seats”, issued by the Federal Office of Road Safety sets out acceptable guidelines and requirements for vehicle modifiers, seat manufacturers and seat suppliers to assist them in ensuring that the additional seat/s constructed, supplied and/or installed by them comply with an acceptable level of occupant protection. The Code is applicable to additional seats fitted to cars, station wagons, vans, utilities, campervans, small buses and light trucks up to 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass (GVM). Inclu
    Free
  8. Version 1.0.0

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    This Vehicle Standards Bulletin applies to road trailers – including new trailers or used imported trailers – with an aggregate trailer mass (ATM) of 4.5 tonnes (4,500kg) or less.
    Free
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    VSI 21 Modifications for disability This Guidelines for modifying vehicles for people with disability (the Guidelines) applies to light vehicles. It is intended to guide and assist persons in modifying a vehicle for use by a person with disability. Modifications may be required to facilitate a person with disability to travel as vehicle passenger (e.g. seat modifications) and/or to be able to drive the vehicle (e.g. pedal extensions).
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    to authorize a motor vehicle to be flat-towed behind another motor vehicle without a competent person in charge of the towed vehicle. This information sheet details the requirements for flat-towing a motor vehicle when using a device commonly known as an A-frame. An A-frame consists of a triangle-shaped frame which provides a means of towing a trailer or another motor vehicle. This towing mechanism is used to tow a vehicle without lifting the towed vehicle clear of the ground. Vehicle owners must ensure that both the towing and towed vehicles are registered.
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  11. Version 1.0.0

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    This Vehicle Standards Information No. 53 (VSI.53) provides advice about what constitutes an individually constructed vehicle (ICV), and identifies the differences between ICVs and modified vehicles. It only applies to light vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) of 4.5 tonnes or less.
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  12. LT2 testing at an Airport
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