Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 18:34:03 -0400
From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Limited Slip for 94-98 Saab 900?

The 1986 900s had the parking/emergency brakes on the front wheels. The Owner's Manual recommended pulling up slightly on the brake lever while starting out when it was slippery. This created a limited slip effect. The parking brake moved to the rear wheels in 1987. The other recommendation was to use good dedicated winter tires. If you have a manual you could always start in 2nd or use the Winter mode with the automatic. How well do studded tires or chains work in Alaska? I am assuming you can use them. I worked with a programmer from Alaska and he talked about driving on the ice with four studded tires on his four wheel drive. "D.Lord" wrote: > I am always slipping on the hills here in Anchorage, are there any > limited slip differentials out there for a 94-98 MY Saab 900? Could I > install a LSD from a junkyard part?

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