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Hello all, newby here, I've recently purchased a 900S 2.3 manual with 250000kms on the clock, as a runabout. It's a bit of a clunker, tidy, with an excellent motor and a good interior.
I need to replace a number of the front suspension components, including the inner arm bushes which apparently come in two types. One for cars with a lowered chassis and one for conventional type chassis. I have no indication with my 1994 car which chassis type it is. I'm guessing it's the latter (conventional) type but does anyone have any tips to confirm?
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earthworm said:
http://www.eeuroparts.com/searchresults.aspx?&carid=1081&cat=1033

Shown is the "older" suspension setup. In '96 an improved version was introduced.

Lowered ?
IMO, these cars are too low already..
Nevertheless, welcome to SaabCentral, even from 9,000 miles away..:cheesy:
Thanks for the link mate, that's really useful.
I agree on the too low already idea although new front suspension should solve some of that.
Thanks for the welcome, I usually lurk on the odd quattro site, so this Saab deviation is new territory.
 
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