Re: Suspension Refresh on 2003 Aero - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Best bet for front sway bar links replacement is Moog brand with grease fittings. Links are the first thing to go and make noise if using a cheap brand. I've never replaced the front struts on my three 9-5's, but rely on Bilstein HD struts for the rear. My current 2008 Aero is cupping the inner edge rear tires and needs the camber adjustment plates to compensate for rear spring sag. Others have used spring spacers to return the ride height and camber to spec. Best of luck! Kirk d
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