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Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 10:24:47 -0500
From: Bob <uctraingNOSPAMersnopsamanet.com>
Subject: Re: front leg room new Saab 9-3?


On Mon, 25 Nov 2002 17:47:21 -0500, tom reingold <tlr244nopsamnline.net> wrote: >Weird. I do it all the time, such as when turning from a major road to >a minor road, since I have to slow down and shift down at the same time. > How do you do it? Yeah, I've been watching close too. I don't find that I do what you suggested very often since there are not all that many yield-n-go opportunities. I do see that as I am coming up to a stop, there is a split second where I am clutching the car to move into neutral that my foot is also moving to the brake and there's a slight overlap. Again, I don't sit there with my foot on the clutch. I'll move back to the other point though... Getting that NG900/9-3 wheel well intrusion out of my way would definitely give me a little more stretch room. But the real foot well issue seems to be concurrent use of both pedals. Has Saab separated the pedals themselves further in the larger 9-5 ? Or do they keep the same pedal geometry ? If it's the same, we'll still have problems when we have snow boots on. Bob

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