• Join Suzuki 4WD Club of NSW

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    Welcome Associates
    If you live in NSW you may want to join our club in person.
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    MDS1

    2003 Grand Vitara XL7 v6

    Thanks Ray. Cheers, Mike

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    MDS1 Yesterday, 06:04 PM Go to last post
    Ray Vingilis

    2003 Grand Vitara XL7 v6

    Have a listen to the engine, the XL7 is notorious for a rattling timing chain which can be VERY expensive to fix, particularly if it jumps a few teeth.

    Ray Vingilis Yesterday, 06:01 PM Go to last post
    MDS1

    2003 Grand Vitara XL7 v6

    Any opinions on buying a used with 189K on the clock?
    Seems to be in great nick. Will do inspection if I decide to purchase.
    Cheers

    MDS1 Yesterday, 05:55 PM Go to last post
    Ray Vingilis

    WinZip

    Thanks again Mate

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    Ray Vingilis Yesterday, 03:27 PM Go to last post
  • Club Meetings


    Meetings Anyone interested in finding out more about the Club is welcome to attend the monthly Club meetings as a guest. It is an opportunity to talk to our membership officer officer and find out more about our club. You can join at a meeting if you choose or just meet some of the Committee and our members. Children are also welcome at our meetings. The general format is:
    • Meet and greet - a time to chat, book on a trip, check out club shop, etc
    • Club business - we have an informal approach to the meeting process though. We like to laugh,
    • Video/slides or guest speaker and
    • Light supper.
    We start the business part of the meeting around 8pm but the hall is open from 7.30pm. Meetings usually finish around 10pm and the chat sometimes continues in the car park after that. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Ermington Community Hall, River Road, Ermington, NSW. River Road runs off Victoria Road next to the Ermington shops. There is plenty of off street parking next to the hall.

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  • What if I don't drive a Suzuki?

    Xl7 in sandDiscovery Don't drive a Suzuki! That's OK we accept members with all makes of 4WDs. It's all about fun, the bush and getting out on trips!