Re: Confirmed - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
This is the way to do it. I had put retractor clamps on the springs to take the pressure off. I don't know if you have a III, but if you have it is very handy if the bar in front over the radiator is detachable. You don't have to lift the engine so high at such a creepy steep angle. If your Sonett does not have that(home-made)adjustment do it yourself before you're pulling your engine. Buy yourself a metal bar the same shape of the bar you want to saw out. Cut it to the correct size and attach it left and right with bolts to the frame. After doing this remove the bar again and then saw out the fixed bar. Do it in this sequence, else you may run the risk of a nose frame being out of alignment.
posted by 62.108...
Posts in this Thread:
Post a Followup
No Site Registration is Required to Post - Site Membership is optional (Member Features List), but helps to keep the site online
for all Saabers. If the site helps you, please consider helping the site by becoming a member.
This is a moderated bulletin board - Posting is a privilege, not a right.
Unsolicited commercial postings are not allowed (no spam). Please, no For Sale or Wanted postings, SERIOUSLY.
Classifieds are to be listed in The Saab Network Classifieds pages.
This is a problem solving forum for over 250,000 Saab owners, so expect to see
problems discussed here even though our cars are generally very reliable. This is not an anything goes
type of forum. Saabnet.com has been a moderated forum since 1988. For usage guidelines, see the
Saabnet.com Mission and Purpose Page. Please remember that you are
not anonymous. Site Contact | Site Donations | Other Sites by SP -
Your address is: 22.214.171.124 - Using CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/) - Logged.
Site Members do not see red text instructions, bottom of the page anchor ads, or box ads.
Click here to see all
the Site Membership Benefits!