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Old 23rd January 2007
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Default 89 900t passenger floor rotted out. part it or patch it?

I'm back again after awhile of not being behind a saab. I bought a fairly clean looking 900t with 165k on it I paid $350 bucks for it, figured I'd put a little bit of work into it and then get my money out of it and then some. I'm feeling lazying wondering if its worth it? I'll post pics later

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Old 23rd January 2007
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This is the wrong forum, try reposting it in the "NG900/OG9-3" Workshop Forum.

That being said, just knock out the rusted part and weld in a new peice of sheet metal, and rustproof the bottom - good as new!
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Old 23rd January 2007
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Given the price maybe it's an 89 ;>

I did this a while back...

Patching is easy. I cut a floor out of another 900, but you can use regular sheetmetal bent to fit.
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