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Qld Modification codes and roadworthy requirements

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Qld Modification codes and roadworthy requirements

#1 Post by BUZ81 » Fri Mar 30, 2007 9:13 am

Here is a link to the roadworthy requirements when getting a safety certificate in sunny Queensland
http://www.transport.qld.gov.au/resourc ... eb2004.pdf


This is a link for the modification codes but I will also list them here for ease.
http://www.transport.qld.gov.au/resourc ... eb2004.pdf

Here is a list of the modification codes. The L at the start of a code indicates it's a light vehicle modification.

CODE MODIFICATION
LA1 Engine Substitution
LA3 Turbocharger and Supercharger Installation
LB1 Transmission Substitution
LD1 Rear Axle Replacement
LD2 Differential Substitution
LG1 Brake System Substitution (Design)
LG2 Brake System Substitution (Modification)
LH1 Convertible and Cabriolet Conversion (Design)
LH2 Convertible and Cabriolet Conversion (Modification)
LH3 Passenger Vehicle Extended Wheelbase Conversion (Design)
LH4 Passenger Vehicle Extended Wheelbase Conversion (Modification)
LH5 Individual and Low Volume Vehicles (Design)
LH6 Individual and Low Volume Vehicles (Modification)
LH7 Panel Van to Utility Conversion
LH8 Roll Bar and Roll Cage Installation
LH9 Street Rod Certification (Concessional Registration)
LH10 Street Rod Certification (Unrestricted Registration)
LK1 Seating Capacity Alteration and Seat Belt Installation
LK2 Seat, Seat Anchorage and Seat Belt Anchorage Certification
LK6 Child Restraint Anchorage Installation
LK7 Motorcycle Seating Capacity Alteration
LM1 Fuel Tank Alteration
LO1 Australian Design Rule (ADR) Compliance
LO2 Pre 1972 Imported Vehicle Safety Compliance
LO3 Personally Imported Vehicle Compliance
LS1 Steering Conversion (Design)
LS2 Steering Conversion (Modification)
LT1 Beaming and Torsional Testing

Hopefully someone finds this information useful.
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#2 Post by JoshN » Fri Mar 30, 2007 4:05 pm

cool, now i know what all mine are.

LH8 Roll Bar and Roll Cage Installation
LK1 Seating Capacity Alteration and Seat Belt Installation
LD1 Rear Axle Replacement
LD2 Differential Substitution
LA1 Engine Substitution

im a bit curious as to why i dont have an LB1 Transmission Substitution

also does LK1 cover me for having a harness rather than a seatbelt? in the eyes of mr policeman does that code make the harness legal for me to wear instead of a normal seatbelt?


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#3 Post by ms rotor » Sun Oct 28, 2007 6:55 pm

outy,

Even though harness are safer than a normal seat belt, especially when your upside down, they are not street legal.



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#4 Post by Mr-RX » Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:07 pm

Actually they are legal if they are a 3 point system.

The catch is, For the stip you need a 4 point. So its a choice between strip or street.

So your half right.


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#5 Post by money_killer » Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:30 pm

Mr-Rota wrote:Actually they are legal if they are a 3 point system.

The catch is, For the stip you need a 4 point. So its a choice between strip or street.

So your half right.
i dont agree. have had trouble with police before on this issue



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#6 Post by Mr-RX » Sun Oct 28, 2007 9:29 pm

I dont really care what taffic police have to say, And neaither should you.

If the DOT ok it, Your fine. Last time i checked with the DOT (in QLD) 3 point harness's were legal.

If you have trouble with the police, You should inform the DOT regardless and the local police station about an officer wrongfully fining you. That is, If they issued a fine.


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