Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 02:47:57 GMT
From: "Spyderman" <buzzoffnopsamfyourbusiness.com>
Subject: Re: 9-3SE MY 2001 - rear toe in question


Thank you to all for your sound advice. I think I'll just let it be for now. If it ever get's worst, I'll either go to the boneyard or Abbott for an upgrade. My car is quite used to Abbott after the many modz have left it pushing near 270 HP. "Spyderman" <buzzoffnopsamfyourbusiness.com> wrote in message news:oP1X9.55370$ej1.37170nopsam02.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com... > I have a 9-3SE 2001MY with a rear toe in question. While having the front > end aligned, the technician informed me that the rear left wheel was toed in > .2 degrees more than the rear right. I have inquired with the SAAB/GM > dealer in Canada who indicated that this was well within the allowable > tolerances of SAAB. In fact they allow up to .5 degrees! He also said that > the only way to rectify this was by shimming the entire rear assembly - a > 2-3 hour job (approx. $250-300Cdn). Now I am sure that the car has never > hit anything as all my rims new and OEM were never scraped or dented. Does > anyone have an opinion on this? > >

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