Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 07:36:04 -0400
From: "Eric Law" <elawxnospamxnopsamecsxnospamx.com>
Subject: Re: '89 9000T suspension question


Tim, No, Saab isn't into the "adjustable suspension" thing. I'm pretty sure the only way it could have changed is through installation of aftermarket springs and/or shocks. I don't think Saab ever offered a "sport suspension package" or anything like that for the 9000 (it *was* available for the earlier 900's). Aftermarket shocks should be fairly easy to identify visually, the springs less so. You'd probably have to get a set of stock springs and compare them side-by-side - measuring wire diameter and number of coils. Eric Law Tim Stearns <stearnsnopsamford.edu> wrote in message news:379249EA.379C687nopsamford.edu... > Hello, > > I bought an '89 9000T last year and the suspension is remarkably > stiff. The previous owner mentioned that he had the stock suspension > "set" to be stiff. I think it's too stiff and want to put it back to > normal. Anyone know if the shocks on the 9000 have adjustable damping, > or might it be adjustable spring tension? Any experience changing it? > > Thanks, > Tim > stearnsnopsamford.edu >

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