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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Fri Jul 13, 2012 12:09 pm

Thanks for the info geeves but as i have said the problem lies with using to excisting bodys and chassis, homebuilt/scratch built arnt in the system at all so can have a new vin asigned to them, i mite just cert it with everything with mu body and swap the body after cert, thanks again
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:46 pm

hah try to punk the system you reckon that could be interesting
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby geeves » Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:06 pm

a call or email to transport safety could be in order Its a bit stupid to have to certify it twice which would be the outcome of modding the mu then certifying then doing the body change then certing again.
Sanding your knuckles before starting work can help. That way you cant skin them
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:40 pm

na cant cert body change so cert for all mods then change cab after cert to the ute cab cert plate will be that full it wont matter
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby geeves » Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:42 pm

Daisy should have a way round this. Im sure a panel beater would occasionally run into having to replace a chassis which would result in 2 numbers. Also try Ken McKadem in Lower Hut. Get his details from the certifiers list. If there is a way he would know it as hes highly involved in 4wds, kit cars and hot rods and wrote a lot of the rules
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:47 pm

changing std body and chassis arnt an issue its that its a ute cab and not designed for that chassis, have talk to guy in hamilton thats doing cert and he has most qualifications in north island, im stumped like i said cert as mu then swap cab
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby daisy » Fri Jul 13, 2012 5:40 pm

Just got this off the LVVTA forums

There is also the body swap which will need to be addressed before you have it LVV Certified. As the vehicle will have two identifiers associated to it (body and chassis each have an identification), one will need to be canceled, and the other one will need to be updated with the new details. This can be done at a VTNZ, VINZ, or AA Te=sting station. LVVTA check that this process has been completed prior to manufacturing the cert plate.

Read more: http://lvvta.proboards.com/index.cgi?bo ... z20UBVMUN3

Don't know if this will be helpful? All seems a bit hard for such a easy swap
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Fri Jul 13, 2012 7:25 pm

After lots and lots of research this is it i think hope it helps

LVVTA recommends to vehicle owners with incorrectly registered vehicles that this problem is sorted out
before it becomes a dilemma at LVV certification time. And fortunately, the fix isn’t a major.
LVVTA has worked through this with the key people within NZTA, and have agreed that such vehicles do not
usually need to become de-registered, and then subsequently re-registered in its correct description, as
some people have had to do in the past. The filling out of a form is all that is needed.

Affected vehicle owners should drop in to their local VINZ, AA, or VTNZ testing station with their vehicle,
collect an MR16 form, and complete that with the required information, before posting it through to NZTA.
In most cases there is little or no cost for this to be done, however this does depend on each testing
station’s individual policy. The testing station people will need to sight the vehicle, and may want to carry
out a basic inspection.

The whole process is relatively simple; however it can take a month to complete the paperwork, so vehicle
owners shouldn’t leave it until the week before that big event they’ve been planning to attend.
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Sat Jul 14, 2012 4:08 am

so fill out the form and then a certifier will not have any issues doing the correct paper work sweet but what do you in turn register our vechile as?
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Sat Jul 14, 2012 6:28 am

hope its that easy whatever you want mu or rodeo, im gana go rodeo as thats what i looks like less chance of getting picked on
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:51 am

be cautious about that because utes have higher road user kms and rego so if it comes under a utility you may have that issue something else to look into
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Sat Jul 14, 2012 3:46 pm

i dont mind about that it will be farm rego anyway $55 a year, it is a ute afterall not a wagon cant have everything
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:38 pm

yea true hopfully if i rember i will contact the certifier i used to deal with when i was repairing trucks tomorow
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Tue Jul 31, 2012 7:22 am

right 1c certification for ute cab on mu chassis alone and for ute cab on modified chassis you require the 1d certification and for both you need the mr16 from what info im getting currently
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:57 am

well i got my cert inspection today for my body and suspension lift my swaped rear diff and rock slides and bull bar not a problem but as for a cert ruling for diff and chassis swap what you must have is a live rego off the donor chassis as that is what the vechicle will become regesterd as mine is now an isuzu mu tfr so with the mu chassis a sas with leaves is fine but to go coil you need to start with the bighorn wof and reg and all body numbers certifier in whangarei is good to do all certs including 1d shane speight is his name if anyone needs the guy
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:17 am

oh man what a hassle cert got to wellington and they said no till i do sum vin work verry vauge so spoke to some people and what that ment was i needed to put the vin number of the donor cab on the vechicle notes or vin notes in the vtnz database why people couldnt just tell me that to start with talk about penalise the guy trying to do things right
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby isuzurob » Sun Sep 09, 2012 12:15 pm

yea tnhats all the issues i ran into mine is all built coil front leaf back ute cab sold the whole thing for 3grand as couldnt be bothered trying to get it on the road
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:15 am

isuzurob wrote:yea tnhats all the issues i ran into mine is all built coil front leaf back ute cab sold the whole thing for 3grand as couldnt be bothered trying to get it on the road
well finaly i got mine certified for just the cab and lift so now have to converse with the certifier to see how to go about the sas but what held me up from wellington was my vin notes on the computer of vtnz needed changing to say that it had a cab conversion so all legal for now again
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Wed Oct 31, 2012 3:50 pm

well if anyone is interested for their holden rodeo or isuzu tfs i have a ss100-hf safari snorkel for sale as i got it bought in from austraila in the understanding that it is for my truck when it is designed to suit the skinnier rodeo guard with a flare dam arb specialists in whangarei usless.
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Re: dales isuzu mute 91

Postby dalebroughton » Sat Apr 06, 2013 7:20 pm

well the day has sadly come where i have become forced to part with my pride and joy if any one has any intrest in purchacing my truck drop me a message or text 0212526987
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