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You are welcome! I enjoy tech writing and tech articles. I have learned a great deal through this forum over the years-I started driving Saabs in'86. It's been a huge part of my life. Cutting apart the capsule is an easy task...I have the stiffer spring spec around here somewhere. If I have an opportunity to post some pictures of a separated capsule, I will do so and include the spring information. I am still thinking about how I can cheaply fabricate a clamping "system" from easily obtainable parts which will present well under-hood. The AID was a really nicely made devise. A trip to the hardware store appears to be in my immediate future. Edit: Spring Hardware: Century Spring Company part number 72033 spring spec is 65 lbs per inch as posted on this forum by 900AERO AKA Dave Kennedy/Group 9.
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