Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 17:59:05 -0400
From: ma_twain <ma_twainnopsamo.com>
Subject: Re: Which manual is better/best?


I have the Saab Factory manuals. If you have the money and the space get them! One set is composed of 4 3" metal binders for 8.5 x 11 paper. All the torque specs, complete electrical diagrams, diagnostic flowcharts etc. Somehow I don't think the Haynes and Bentley together is that comprehensive. Mike wrote: > I have the chance to enjoy three 900 Turbo's in the past 6 years. I > currently own a '90 Talledega red SPG. > > I wanna take good care of it and can do some repairs myself. > > I'm curious which manual is more highly recommended by this group. > I've seen two main ones: Haynes & Bentley. The Bentley looks to be > thicker. Is it better? Should I just get both? What about the Saab > factory manuals I see for sale occasionally? > > Your opinions are much appreciated! > > \ Mike Teeples / - Salt Lake City, Utah > > '85 900T - 275,000mi - RIP > '87 900T - 218,000mi - (traded in for SPG) > '91 900SPG - 117,000mi - the most fun car I've ever had! >

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