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I put on stock rubber ones a year or so back when a poly one was breaking to bits. They were OK at first, and the ride much better, but now with about 10K on them now they are getting soft and I notice it at highway speeds.. Steering not as tight as I'd like. On the crummy roads around here the softer ride is nice, but I may just replace them before they are really done.
1999 9-3 SE auto (daily driver)
1996 9000 CSE 5 speed (soon to leave)
2003 9-5 Linear SportWagon (wife's)
1984 C900 4 door Base model (RIP)
1995 9000 CS (sold)
1996 9000 CS (RIP)
2000 9-3 SE (RIP)
Posts in this Thread:
- Saab 9000 near extinction in Ontario Canada, Dave The Ice Age Knave , Wed, 8 Nov 2017 19:48:36
- Just fewer and fewer on the ground, Noel , Sat, 11 Nov 2017 13:47:45
- Re: Saab 9000 near extinction in Ontario Canada, JerseySaab , Thu, 9 Nov 2017 06:25:23
- Re: Saab 9000 near extinction in Ontario Canada, Paul Broeckx, Thu, 9 Nov 2017 06:15:12
- Re: Saab 9000 near extinction in Ontario Canada, TML , Thu, 9 Nov 2017 06:12:11
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