Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 12:28:13 +1100
From: "Michael Rochfort" <michaelnopsamam.isd.cs.nsw.gov.au>
Subject: Re: LH Drive Convertion


I aggree that the effort is probably not worth it, but just a note to say that the pedals on a RH drive car (at least an automatic) are carried via linkage to the left, ie the brake booster and throttle cable exit point through the firewall are under the left hand dash. Dan Matz wrote in message ... > >Richard Revell wrote in message <38c64cf1nopsamre.callnetuk.com>... >>Has anyone converted a RH drive Saab 900i >>to LH drive ? >>If so what parts are needed, things to watch out for etc. >>Any info welcome. >>Thanks >>Ray Broadhurst >> > > >I haven't but just thinking about it makes my head hurt. Moving the pedal >assemblies and linkages, new dash, new steering rack (or linkage, not sure), >new wiring for the headlamp controls, new etc. You may be able to find a >company to do this for you, I know I've seen some ads for these conversions >before. > >Ben > >

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