Hilux 4WD Western Australia

Hilux owners from Western Australia.

The aim of this group is to :
Plan trips
Share photos
Share ideas and informative information
Buy/Sell/Swap locally
General forum discussions

Group Rules :

1. Hilux owners only
2. Western Australian residents only
3. No trolling
4. No bad language
5. No personal attacks or abuse
6. No advertising "scammers". Only local and interstate businesses that can help
7. Any group meetings are to be respectful to the community, environment and other members.

If these rules are NOT followed, you will be removed from the page.

Malaga Suspensions
https://www.facebook.com/malagasuspensions
http://www.malagasuspensions.com.au/

Senior Engineering
https://www.facebook.com/SeniorEngineering

Hussln AutoDetailing
https://www.facebook.com/hussln.autodetailing?fref=ts

Biffco Mobile4x4 Accessories
https://www.facebook.com/biffcomobile4x4accessories

D-Tech Custom
https://www.facebook.com/D.Tech.custom

Custom Installations
https://www.facebook.com/4x4.storage

Outer Control CV Joints
http://www.outercontrol.com.au/
https://www.facebook.com/cvjointsoutercontrol
Contact Phil and mention Hilux 4WD Western Australia for discounts

Recovery Points -

It is a must to have recovery points when heading out with a group or by yourself. Rated front and rear recovery points can be purchased from between $200 to $500 depending on vehicle model and year of build. For the sake of a couple of hundred dollars, it could be the difference to recovering your pride and joy or, loosing it to a waterhole, mud hole, ocean, beach, sliding or rolling down a hill or just being broken down with no means of being recovered or towed home. (and for those who think the 4 loops under the front of a Hilux are rated recovery point… They are NOT. These are factory tie-down points for transport and are NOT rated for towing or any recovery)

Other simple tools to aid in a recovery would be:
1. Basic recovery kit. (Snatch/tow strap, tree trunk protector, rated shackles, snatch block, cable dampener and gloves)
2. Shovel.
3. Highlift jack.
4. Winch.
5. Maxtraxx/Treds/or something of the same liking.
6. Winch anchor for boggy sand or terrain.
7. Simply going with a group of friends.