Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 00:10:13 +0800 From: Joey Kam <joeykamnopsamigator.com> Subject: Re: Rear Suspension 900 SE
I Just have my wheel alignment done by someone other than origional dealer. (It's because I was not satisfy what my dealer did on my SAAB 900S, 94'.) I have a complete report on all adjustment; however, I found some angles for my rear wheel but it's fix part and unable to adjust by the garage. I thing that's the reason why your dealer did nothing on it. Best wish! dfblackmnopsami.edu wrote: > I have a 1996 900 SE. The car is nice, but I have noticed a flaw in > the rear suspension design. I was driving behind the car (girlfriend > was driving it) and I noticed that the rear wheels seemed to be out of > alignment. I was perturbed because I had just purchased new tires and > had the alignment done. Well the wheels looked to have (I think > negative) negative camber, the inside of the tire was going to wear > quicker than the outside. Well I took it to the dealership, thinking > they should be able to do the alignment the best. They told me that > nothing was wrong and that was the way they were made. I said that > the tires will wear unevenly with the stress on the inside. He did > not deny this. What is the deal. Am I crazy, or was this guy a > quack. Any input about this will suffice. Thank you.