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Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 16:07:01 -0500
From: fristnopsamt.edu (Ramsey Frist)
Subject: Re: Saab 9000 towbar


In article <3df5a7e6$0$232$cc9e4d1fnopsam.dial.pipex.com>, "Simon Q" <squinceynopsamsmail.com> wrote: > Thanks for the replies everyone - sounds like quite an easy job. > > btw I meant towing something behind the car (in fact towing a trailer, and > using a towbar mounted cycle carrier). > > Simon > > > "Simon Q" <squinceynopsamsmail.com> wrote in message > news:3df2206f$0$229$cc9e4d1fnopsam.dial.pipex.com... > > Does anyone have experience of fitting a towbar to a 9000? I want to put > > one on my '97 9000 CDE, but I am unsure if there are already fitting > points > > on the car, and how the lighting electrics would be wired in. > > > > Any help appreciated. > > > > Regards, > > Simon > > > > Hi Simon, It is a very easy job. With my son's 94 CSE it required removing the bumper (4 bolts and 2 screws) but with my 98 CSE its just a matter of bolting the hitch on. I think your 97 body is identical to that of the 98. By the way, the best deal I found on a hitch was from <http://www.bageco.com/>. Their price is less than half that of Saabs and is less than buying it directly from the after market factory (DaLan). They also are one of the few sources of Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee which is excellent. The sell a curious combination of products. Best regards, Ramsey Frist

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