Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 00:15:43 +1300 From: Wanganui Collegiate NZ <richardDOTssnopsamr.netSTOPnz> Subject: Re: SAAB?
In article <7g3deb$gbl$1nopsamprod.itd.earthlink.net>, J. Schneitman <URL:mailto:schneitmannopsamhlink.net> wrote: > Ladies and Gentlemen you have just been educated by the three most brilliant > minds in this newsgroup. I hope everyone that has kept up with these posts > appreciates the time and advice that you three put into this newsgroup. I > wish I knew what you three have forgotten about Saabs. Thanks > > Ken Washington <kenwashnopsamnk.com> wrote in message > news:3724CC48.61BAnopsamnk.com... > > Justin, > > > > Thanks for the technical clarification on the difference. I will be the > > first to admit that on some things I am technically challenged, that is > > why I offered to smack my ownself upside the head. Now if we want to > > talk pulleys, I can deal with that. I just had to replace the main > > tensioner pulley (idler) and the A/C tensioner pulley on my 87 9000S. > > Following the instructions in the Haynes manual made it a snap. My Saab > > tech friend does his work from the top. I a technical novice, jacked up > > the front, removed the wheel and inner fender liner and vowed never to > > be stranded by this BS again. I did all of this while sitting in a chair > > because of bad back and hip. After May 17th, I will just have to worry > > about the back because my right hip is being replaced. I hope they have the right workshop manual for that!!!!!! -- Richard Sutherland-Smith Wanganui Collegiate School, New Zealand http://www.collegiate.school.nz/ Acorn 200MHz Risc PC