FBL Industries

FBL INDUSTRIES are directly involved in LED design and manufacture with a focus on developing high-class high power LED lights. www.fbl-industries.com.au

FBL INDUSTRIES is an Australian owned and operated company, developing and producing our own LED designs for the ever changing market.

Working with our partners in research and development, FBL INDUSTRIES are directly involved with all aspects of design and manufacture with a focus on developing high-class high power LED lights for everything from extreme off road use, campers and caravans, to inside switchboard enclosures and any industry in between. With a backing of 4 years’ experience, and counting, of LED manufacture and design both structurally, mechanically and an on-going development in reflector photometry FBL INDUSTRIES are sure to keep you on top of the game.

Operating as usual

Photos from CRG Diesel Tuning's post 02/02/2022

If you’re thinking about getting a tune, get down and see the team at CRG Diesel Tuning, great customer service and drives so much better!!

Photos from Queensland National Parks's post 22/09/2021

Comes into effect October 12th!


When it works!


Mud tyres doing what they do best!


: Camping grounds in Queensland national parks, state forests and state-managed recreation and protected areas will be closed from tomorrow (March 26).

Read more: https://ab.co/2UtXeW4


Queensland (and some interstate) 4WD owners will remember approximately 12 months ago when Queensland Police Service undertook Operation Lift, which was a police training activity to target modified, high-lift 4WDs, and was intended to defect vehicles which were well outside the limits of Transport and Main Road's allowable modification standards.

Many 4WD owners ended up with vehicle defect notices, including minor modified vehicles which were equipped with Electronic Stability Control (ESC). The early versions of TMR's Vehicle Standards Instruction G19.1 (Minor Modifications), stated vehicle lifts of 75mm were acceptable under self-certification, if the operation of ESC was not affected. However, later versions of VSI G19 were updated on the TMR website to say ESC vehicles are restricted to 50mm lift in suspension only, yet there was no communication to the 4WD community, general public, or a parliamentary review of these changes, and QPS were using the updated guidelines to defect vehicles, and in some cases, issue Type 2 Anti-Hooning offences or vehicle impoundment.

While Mark Bailey MP updated the LS9 and LS10 suspension codes to allow a maximum 150mm lift for non-ESC vehicles, the lift was also increase to 75mm on ESC, however there were several years where ESC was 75, then 50, then back to 75, and 4WD owners were being retrospectively defected based on conflicting guidance from TMR, and QPS interpretation. TMR also gave AAAA verbal agreement that no enforcement action would be undertaken against vehicles which had ESC modifications, however this information appears not to have made its way to QPS, and people were still being defected.

We also have in writing that TMR did not undertake ANY of their own ESC testing in order to change the LS9 and LS10 codes which Mark Bailey MP approved, yet every time we've approached TMR to discuss modifications on ESC equipped vehicles, the industry / community are expected by TMR to undertake extensive (and destructive) steering robot testing, which costs up to $50,000 per vehicle to ensure the ESC is not affected, and there is only one testing facility in Australia, located in Melbourne (Bosch). While we appreciate the change in position for ESC equipped vehicles up to 50mm increase in tyre diameter, 75mm remains the total lift for ESC equipped vehicles, as the exhaustive ESC steering robot testing is still mandated by TMR, and its not the same across all Australian states and territories.

Transport and Main Roads have conceded that people should not have been defected for ESC equipped vehicles, and are willing to review all infringements / defect notices which were issued to 4WDs incorrectly, so they can be validated with QPS, and have the tickets cancelled. THIS IS NOT JUST FOR THE PERIOD OF OPERATION LIFT.

So if you were given a ticket or defect notice for increasing tyre size in diameter up to 50mm on an ESC equipped 4WD, then email a copy of the infringement, or the infringement number to TMR Vehicle Standards at "[email protected]" and ask to have it reviewed for cancellation.

If you were incorrectly given a ticket or defect notice for your ESC equipped 4WD, and you have already paid the fine, still email a copy of the infringement, or the infringement number to TMR Vehicle Standards at "[email protected]" and ask to have it reviewed, in order to have the infringement fine refunded in full, remove any demerit points on your license, and to remove the infringement from your list of driving offences.

The unfortunate issue, is Traffic Infringements and Defect Notices don't always have the exact details written on them, and they may be vague, such as "Drive Defective Vehicle"... So while you may have been defected incorrectly for an ESC modification, QPS may dispute the reason they issued the ticket, if it doesn't say "Tyres on ESC 4WD are 44mm"... This is an issue we have raised with QPS previously, were tickets are not providing the correct information to drivers, in order to recall technical details for the infringement.

If in doubt, still send in a copy of your infringement details to TMR Vehicle Standards so it can be formally reviewed.

Unfortunately it has been left to 4WD Queensland Association to advise the general public and get the information disseminated, so please share and discuss amongst your communities / forums.

4WD Australia Association
Four Wheel Drive Victoria
4WD South Australia
WA 4WD Association
4WD Tasmania
Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association
Department of Transport and Main Roads (Queensland)
Queensland Police Service
Qld 4x4 Refund Lift Fines
Superior Engineering
Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party
LNP - Liberal National Party
Queensland Labor
Andrew Laming MP
Steve Minnikin MP
Trevor Watts
Tim Nicholls MP
Luke Howarth
Nick Dametto MP
Katter's Australian Party
Mark Bailey MP - Labor for Miller
Mark Ryan MP
Deb Frecklington MP
Don Brown MP
Australian 4WD Action
TJM 4x4 Equipped
Opposite Lock 4WD & Vehicle Accessories
ARB 4x4 Accessories
Pat Callinan's 4x4 Adventures
Roger Vickery
4wd TV
Aussie 4WD

Timeline Photos 11/02/2020

Gearing up for 2020!


Race to Wreckage 4 - Rock Bouncer Crashes

So much carnage!


Overcharged Twin Turbo Twin Supercharged Diesel Charger


Toyota LandCruiser 105



How to tackle muddy ruts!! 😉


What a revolutionary idea!


What an animal!!


Great style side storage solution!


Check out the rear axle setup!


You would never know till it’s too late!

If you are thinking of driving through flooded roads, no matter how shallow you think they are, please remember this photo. "If it's flooded, Bloody forget it"


When you think your having a bad day watch this video! 😂

The fun of 4x4ing in the mud 🤣🤣🤣


Have you been affected?


Major Payne Test Drive

Honestly wonder how this would go hitting the local trails 🤔 😂


Great trick for removing bushes.


Some times it's not worth your life and you just have to let go.


Just an amazing suspension setup!


Take your time, easy does it...


Still have a soft spot for a decent turbo petrol...


Mattracks-Equipped Toyota Land Cruiser LC79 Review

If you have a spare $55k :s


Exetending Rock Crawler


Smokeless Fire Pit

Smokeless camp fire


Turbo rotor 4x4.... Yes Please!!!! Haha



Unit 10/49 Jijaws St
Sumner, QLD

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Looking for an Australian supplier of LED lights for your business? or a product you just can't find? With our factory producing all our own products the sky really is the limit - so if you have a custom job or requirement send us an email, no job to big or to small.

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