Where can I find affordable brake pads for my 96 900?
I have to agree with you. I have been a member of several car forums and only in the Saab forum have I ever experienced or seen so much fighting and rudeness. It's not everyone but the few can make for bad experience. We are here to learn , help others and share a common interest.Nearly half a million miles on it and I grow weary of working on it. Smart aleck. Of course I can go to a parts house Duh. Price for pads has tripled since last brake job. Was wondering. I wanted information not scarcasim. You guys can get on here and talk about your pretty cars all high and mighty but my SAAB has reached road warrior status with nearly a half million miles on it still dining on youngsters with their Tokyo Drift cars and pretty little Eclipses and any other car that wants to roll up next to it and have a go. I don't have to defend my car. Anyone that does not like it can take a flying leap into the nearest body of water. I think the nearly 500,000 miles that it has under its belt with no real major repair work does All the talking.... Good Day!!!!
This is what I was after Thankyou. I priced the pads at the parts store down the street and they were so high that I parked the car and have only driven it short trips. I really want to get rid of it because I sort of get drunk with its abilities and am going to get into trouble with speeding. I caught a break the last time I was cruising in the neiborhod of 100 he wrote me up cosiderably less. It seems that every little punk with annoyingly loud car wants to have a go with it and I can't help myself but to watch them dissappear in my rear viewNot sure what you mean by "affordable" but Oreilly Auto Parts has an inexpesive set for $27 (front or rear) up to $45.
I dunno...if I had 500K miles on mine I'd see it as a challenge to get to 1,000,000