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    The next club meeting will be at She-Oak Grove, Centenial Park, Sydney (off Hamilton Drive) from 11am to noon, followed by the Club Christmas Party, on Sunday the 1st of December, 2019.

    Note that members & their guests may attend both the meeting, and the Christmas Party, but visitors (other than guests of members) may attend the meeting, but not the Christmas Party.



    The Sydney JP Four Wheel Drive Club (Incorporated) is a non-profit organisation formed to promote and foster the ownership, appreciation and knowledge of appropriate use of four-wheel-drive Jeep vehicles.

    The club's intention is to provide an opportunity for owners and drivers of Jeep vehicles to conduct social and four-wheel-drive associated activities with like-minded individuals. The club promotes driver skill and minimisation of the effects of recreational four-wheel driving on the environment by endorsing and adhering to the "Tread Lightly" philosophy.

    Membership is open to all owners and drivers of Jeep vehicles and their families.

    All models of Jeeps are welcome - Willy's, Ford, Bantam, Kaiser, AMC and Chrysler - as long as it's a Jeep!

    UHF Channel 15 is the official club communications channel.

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    Come along to a Club meeting (details on the home page) and have a chat and join in person if you like, or if you want to join right now or renew your membership on line

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    Vice President Di Bal (isherz) VicePresident@Sydneyjeepclub.com
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    Secretary Chris Cozad (4wd4wd) Secretary@Sydneyjeepclub.com
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    The Sydney Jeep Club is a member of the NSW & ACT 4WD Association, click on the image below to visit the association site



    And the National site for Australia wide information
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    Peo

    Correct. The alternative would be use a plate...

    Correct. The alternative would be use a plate relocation kit and then you don't have to worry about the flip

    Peo 14 Hours Ago Go to last post
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    roya

    Thanks for your comments Peo and SnakeDoctor ...

    Thanks for your comments Peo and SnakeDoctor

    So far my understanding is to cut the square and pass through the tow hitch and cover it by number plate flip-up? Is that correct?

    Thanks
    Roya

    roya 1 Day Ago Go to last post
    Peo

    I bought the Haymen Reese which sits behind the...

    I bought the Haymen Reese which sits behind the bumper. To install you cut out the square and pass the tongue through. The number plate then sits over the top of the hole on a spring.

    No need to...

    Peo 1 Day Ago Go to last post