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S A U - N S W Autumn Tech Event Saturday 2nd May 10am

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SAU.NSW officially thanks Terry and Trish of Award Diff and Gearbox and Services for hosting this wonderful event

Topic: Vehicle Driveline - Clutch, Manual Gearbox, Transfer Case and Differential

Day/Date: Saturday 2nd May 2015

Time: From 10am to 1pm

Address: Unit 1, 18 Anvil Road Seven Hills NSW 2147

Google Maps URL: http://goo.gl/G21xmI

Parking: Some carpark parking and plenty of street parking available

Food and Drink: Lunch and drinks supplied

Cost is Free for Members - although non-members still have time to apply and pay

Limit of members who can attend is: 40

This tech event is going to be an information session about driveline components (clutch, gearbox, transfer case and differentials), common problems, driveline servicing/maintenance and an informal Q&A session.

One of the things that really sets our club apart is our commitment to being true enthusiasts. When on normal roads we strive to maintain good relations with the authorities as well as the public in general.

When attending one of Skylines Australia NSW events please try to:

* Be aware of surrounding environment and act accordingly.
* Drive courteously on the state’s roads as a true enthusiast should.
* Understand how important it is to maintain the good name of SAUNSW and thus, treat others accordingly.
* Any misbehaviour will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave.

*** All advice and demonstrations given by workshops, professional practices and factories for SAU.NSW Tech Nights are the responsibility (of accuracy) of the establishments - not the car club.

*** Details may change. check back regularly.

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Attendees:

1). GTRKat

2). Pete

3). MrFijiGold

4). BakemonoRicer

5). vorse

6). Clinton

7). Charles

8). Yo-Yo

9). r32-25t

10). Terry_GT-R34

11). Redline_GTR

12). levinboy

13). GTofuS-T

14). crashdown

15). Calsonic14U

16). Calsonic14U +1

17). Aggroman

18). sammi_d

19). Daleo

20). Aussie_Delivered_R32_GTR

21). e_Dog

22). Wongy

23). Kin

24). GoldZilla

25). PRO_32

26). MR33YO

27). ianjb

28). Aqua

29). Michael's R33

30). chriszila

31). nick_7g

32). CYBORG

33). WAGON_BOY

34). zebra

35). Jaeyon

36). Duncan

37). MrStabby

38). Bradley Frier

39). XKLABA

40). DekA

Reserves:

1).

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I'm not having any luck with these tech days/nights!

Family birthday in qld I can't get out of unfortunately.

Have had work done by award (as have many other club members) and always found it of the highest quality and completely transparent in their dealings.

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Same, I went to Award based on recommendations from the club members and was very happy with the experience.

Alex can I take your spot then? ;)

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Will have to see if I have work.

I probably won't be able to make this.

Any chance of someone videoing?

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I'm not having any luck with these tech days/nights!

Family birthday in qld I can't get out of unfortunately.

Have had work done by award (as have many other club members) and always found it of the highest quality and completely transparent in their dealings.

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Same, I went to Award based on recommendations from the club members and was very happy with the experience.

Alex can I take your spot then? ;)

Of course you can :)

Will have to see if I have work.
I probably won't be able to make this.
Any chance of someone videoing?

Not sure Luke, will ask

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