Re: 96's Wheelbase Width? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
I am not sure about the width of a 96 except that it barely fit on my trailer which was custom made for a 99. However, when anchoring the car down, unless the suspension is fully compressed, use the a-frames or other non-suspended parts to tie to. If you anchor to the tow hooks and the body is a little bit rusty or otherwise stressed, the force of the car bouncing up and down on the springs can rip the tow hook out of the body. A good transport company will know the proper way of anchoring a car.Good luck.
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