Contact Us

4WD Systems Stepney (Adelaide) offers all of our services, and acts as the base for our manufacturing and distributor arms.

Please do not hesitate to visit our shop or contact us for all your 4WD needs.

Layby Enquiries

For layby enquiries, please complete the form below and outline your payment preferences.

LayBy Terms: Make a small deposit (min 20%), then regular or irregular payments, by Card, PayPal or Transfer, whatever suits you.

50-52 Payneham Road
Stepney, SA, 5069

Business Hours (Central Standard Time):
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday: By Request

Ph: (08) 8362 5955
Fax: (08) 8363 6203

Web Enquiries

Due to the wide range of accessories we produce, we need to know a bit of information about your vehicle and specific needs. The following form will give us a bit of a headstart with answering your questions. Not all the questions asked may be relevant to your particular enquiry, but please take the time to complete the form.

This enquiry form is for sales enquiries only (mechanical or accessory). Please contact us directly via phone/fax for any other issues.

PLEASE NOTE: We aim to reply to all web enquiries within 48 hours. For urgent enquiries, please contact us directly.

Contact Information
Name: *
E-mail: *
Contact Phone:
Mob. Phone:
Country: *
Nearest INTL Airport:
(Overseas Only)
Postcode: *
*Required Fields

Why do we need all this stuff?

Prior to this form being implemented over 90% of enquiries were unable to be adequately answered because of insufficient information being provided enabling us to identify the specific item enquired about. Forms with inadequate information will be unable to be answered.

Example - Fuel tank for vehicle:

The Diesel models are invariably different from the Petrol, which will be different again if LPG conversion has been done. Wagons are different to the Cab Chassis and SWB is often different to LWB or MWB or Dual Cab different to single cab and in some cases like the Patrols we also need to know what transmission is fitted because the tank shape changes with the split transfer case. With some 60 series Landcruisers the difference between the auto and manual transmission is important and it would come as a surprise to know that the type of airconditioning system changed the auxiliary tank required.

The more information we have the easier it is for us to give you the correct advice with the minimum of hassle.

Vehicle Information

Vehicle Make:

Vehicle Model:
(eg Landcruiser, Patrol)
Vehicle Code:
(eg 80, 100, GQ, GU, NP)
Specification Level:
(eg DX, GXL, VX, RX, Ti, GLX)
Fuel Types:
Engine Type:
Engine Designation
- if known:
(eg 1HZ, 1HDT, TD42)
Engine size
Vehicle year:
Trans. type:
4WD Type:
Body Type:
Front : Rear
Vehicle Wheelbase:
Aftermarket Turbo fitted?
Relevant accessories / modifications already fitted: (Note: if you are enquiring about a fridge slide, please tell us the brand/model of the fridge)
Information request or questions you'd like us to answer
(sales enquiries only):