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stevelewissaab SAAB 900 CLASSIC REAR SPRING standard turbo spec T16 convertible injection
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SAAB 900 CLASSIC REAR SPRING standard turbo spec T16 convertible injection

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Placement on Vehicle : [Rear]
Manufacturer Part Number : [c900rearspring]
Intended Use : [Modification/ Enhancement]
Model/ Series : [900]
Type : [Suspension]
Manufacturer : [Saab]
Brand : [stevelewissaab]
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Credit Card Facilities now available 01955 621955 MY OWN CAR IS SAT ON THESE SPRINGS FRONT AND REAR - TOGETHER WITH AIR BAGS ADVERTISED ELSWHERE This a rear coil spring for a classic 900 - having experienced all types I have decided the only one worth fitting is the standard turbo spring I can supply lowered springs but I am not a fan but happy to accept that some may prefer "something else" This spring will give you a suitable ride height at the rear and will provide comfort and ensure the car is not "crashy and thrashy" Obviously need to be fitted in pairs so you will need 2 I also recommend fitting air bag spring assistors if you carry heavy loads regularly or additional passengers as these prevent compression of the coil spring when under additional loads You can test drive my own car with these springs fitted .. and airbags SOME INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS WILL BE CHEAPER AND SOME MORE EXPENSIVE - AS ME FOR A QUOTE I can be contacted until 10.00pm most evenings and weekends for support or advice Best wishes Steve If this listing pertains to SAAB parts, I would like to advise my customers that I own and run as daily drivers 2 classic 900's and a SAAB 9000 griffin and use the parts I supply on my own vehicles. Anything I discover to be unsuitable I find alternative sources. In truth this has happened very very rarely as the parts are approved by European standard testing facilities. My newest vehicle is 1997, approx 16 years old and my oldest is a 1988 white aero/t16s Best wishes Steve Lewis