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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-30-03, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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how low?

Hi,

I just lowered my car and was wondering what is the legel hieght for a car in W.A.?


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oh btw, i had Lovell super lows put in the front and Lovell sport lows in tha back with KYB shocks all round :D

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Re: how low?

Ring your local Police station or Transport authority (people you pay your rego to) they will be able to tell you
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Re: how low?

i always thought it was 10cm's but then again, i could be wrong

It's one thing to lose a drag, it's another thing to lose a drag against a holden. I'd die before I let that happen to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: how low?

hey,

thanks for the reply's, i went to the RTA's web site and its 500mm from ground to head lamp :) , i can go 40mm lower! :D , but i will let it settle for a month or 2 before i do any thing :)

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uhhh dunno what the exact law is in WA, but dont just go by that headlight thing. there is usually another regulation stating you will need to have x amount of ground clearance too.
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