Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2002 15:58:40 +0100
From: Grunff <grunffnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: SAAB 900 price


MB wrote: > Timing chains usually need looking at around 90-100k milles - or so I thought? > Still, it was done when the engine was out for the head gasket, so was really only the price > of the chain, and no extra labour on a job which was big anyway. Not in my exprience - I've had a fair few 900s and 9000s with well over 150k on the original chain, with no visible wear. I know of many with over 250k on the original chain. If the engine was really out, then I'd agree - you may as well change the chain. But why was the engine out for a head gasket job? > I know what you mean about the shape though. If any of the saloons gets away with it, it's > this one, due to the 16S body kit, and the bridge spoiler. (The spoiler which is flush with > the boot lid really did look like a bit of an afterthought) It is definitely better than the standard saloon, but I'd still prefer a hatch anyday ;-). -- Grunff

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