Our dirty, sneaky, cyclist-infested Roads And Traffic Authority released a new regulation proposal this month. http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/registrat...aising-and-lowering-vehicles_17-july-2009.pdf Restricting the raising/lowering of a vehicle to 2 inches MAX (not just suspension, this includes tyres and rims). As well as requiring an engineering certificate for any of those height changes. Here is the list of experts, industry representatives, motoring groups and engineers they consulted before going ahead and drafting the regulation: ^As per usual. Anyway, over the last 2 weeks a number of 4WD clubs and enthusiasts have hammered their MP's, and the Roads Minister and got this shiteful piece of bureaucratic underhandedness postponed indefinitely. http://www.4wdaction.com.au/new_rta_height_and_lift_laws/ So there you go: a small and specialised motoring group contested government idiocy and had a win. Light in darkness an' all that, eh.