Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2002 21:51:12 -0700
From: "chrisnew" <chrisnewnopsamorld.com>
Subject: Re: 900 Convertible spare wheel


Er yes, it was the classic 900 I was referring to Chris "H." <musicboxnopsamITEnopsamrider.co.uk> wrote in message news:pdr3cusmdp9rat5es2er66q323kcejgojcnopsamcom... > >Could someone explain why the spare wheel was relocated to a vertical > >position on the L/H side of the boot, from the flat position on the > >hatchback body please? > > > >It seems illogical to consume boot space in this way, given that the tonneau > >cover also has its own location in the boot. > > > >There remains an inverted u bracket in the almost empty void under the > >floor, ready to accept the wheel - so what was the thinking? > >Chris > > > I don't know if I'm speaking out of turn here, but you didn't say > whether it was a NG900 (94 onwards) or OG900 (Pre 94). > > In my 9-3 Convertible (based on the NG900) , the Space saver wheel is > located in a donut shaped depression under the boot floor. > > H.

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