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Thread: Are you in a 4WD Club

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    I'm with Hek at River City. Pretty casual bunch of people and easy to get along with. Small club, always on the lookout for new members. You can try before you buy. Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month at 4WD Qld Hall, Murial Ave, Moorooka from 7.30pm.

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    10 Year member of the Geelong 4wd Club. Been on the Committee for 6 years. I am currently the Public Relations Officer / Regional Rep and sit on the Regional Committee with other local clubs, the DSE and Parks Vic to help manage a cooperative partnership in the Otways Forrest Park and National Park network.

    I joined a club after going out with the father-in-law and getting in some difficulties and realised i knew Nothing! My wife bought me a family membership for christmas. Never looked back.

    What a great place to bring up a family. G4WDC has over 120 members and is a strong club. Santa will give presents to more than 70 kids this year.

    I have learned everything i know driving with guys in my club, building and fixing cars together. Its been a very big and expensive 10 year journey!!! Would not take a minute back
    Its a Nissan! =====> Its a Keeper!! ....... Got a TD42 in it BONUS!! ....... I'm a lucky bugger! I've got 2 of em!
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    Wish it was Nissan though, Toyotas just can't keep up with the Pootrol pace.
    The only good thing about an 80 series is..... the front end?? Wrong!!, the Engine?? Wrong!! the Full Time 4WD system?? Wrong!! Its the NissanPatrol.com.au stubby holder fitted over the transfer lever.
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    Great replies from all sides but please make sure you press the YES or NO's above...LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Great replies from all sides but please make sure you press the YES or NO's above...LMAO
    Gotta get tapatalk to link the polls somehow.


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    Another Western Patrol Clubber here.

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    It's a no from me, only because I haven't had time in the past but that's changing.
    Drive is 04 DX wagon, 165Ks, Dual Batts, 12000kg Warn in steel bar, Snorkel, Xray 220 Hid Spots, Cruise, digital EGT, Draws in back with power box, 40Ltr Waeco for the essentuals

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    No vote i prefer to wheel with mates or my sons i dont need 40 channels rules driver certs and politics in my life .In defence of clubs yes there are great people involved ,bulk buying discounts ,knowlege and know how ,access to areas un available to the public but the bottom line is i choose who goes with me or who i go with sorry .

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    Yes for me, I'm in the Braddon 4WD Club its in the NW of Tassie though a lot of the trips I go on are organized threw the local boys on facebook.
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    Joined the Landrover & off road Inthusiasts club about 25 years ago - It's since changed it's name to the "4x4 club of Zimbabwe" We have both a web site & a site on facebook. Google it and feel free to take a look, our editor is fantastic many interesting articles there & you'll get a feel of what we get up to in Zim. Several of our members are binning their landrover boneshakers & opting for the coil sprung Nissans & range rovers - Gentler on the occupants chassis.
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    To the ones who havn't joined as its too political and too much BS , look around a bit more. some clubs are just about 4x4ing.
    Clubs are responsible for anyone on their trips in case of an accident insurance etc. they too have a code of conduct like here.. good discounts are available to club members as well
    to be honest you'd be a fool not to join thinking you know it all. As all you're doing is passing your bad habits onto the next person you take. AND that is an accident waiting to happen.
    See it with Newbies at clubs all the time. Bad habits are hard to break but easy to pass onto someone who is new to all this. dont injure or kill someone because of yoyr stupidity.
    Atleast do some type of driver awareness or recovery course.
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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