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I would probably get the FAG that is what the genuine Saab's are. They seem to last pretty good. It is an entire bolt in assembly I think we charge about hour and a half. Depending on were the car has been and the amount of corrosion they can be hard to get out of the spindle assembly. I usually drill out the holes in the backing plate a little since that was a fix for them clicking when turning hard. Good Luck, Bernie
George Riggin Specialty Automotive
1993 900 Conv.
2002 9-5 4 Door
2003 9-3 Conv. Viggen appearance package
2008 9-3 SS 4 door
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