Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2004 21:22:28 -0500 From: ma_twain <ma_twainnopsamo.com> Subject: Re: C900 security system?
Paul Halliday wrote: > in article 7gpdzBAVurEAFwuknopsam3.demon.co.uk, brad at > bradnopsamam.brad3.demon.co.uk wrote on 24/01/2004 18:38: > > >>I have just put my money down on a 92 c900 T16S Aero to replace my >>deceased 88 16i (someone up the hill didn't put their handbrake on >>properly :-( ). >> > > It's a great shame to see a C900 get trashed, it really is. Glad to hear > you've found a good replacement. I park my old Volvo in a position so it will be the first car hit, thus protecting my Saab :-) > > >>It's a good looking car and will be kept on the street, so I'm >>considering putting an alarm and/or imobiliser on it. Does anyone have >>any tips or pitfalls to warn of on getting such a system put on an older >>car - I don't want the electrical system mucked up. Can anyone recommend >>a fitter in the South Yorks (UK) area or one of those companies in the >>UK that will travel to you to fit an alarm. >> > > As per Grunff's advice ... > > >>Also, are locking bolts available that will fit the twirly Aero alloys >>it has fitted? >> > > I have the rotational Aero wheels with locking nuts very much like these: > http://www.t.com/product_info.php?products_id=1369 > > Paul > > 1989 900 Turbo S > http://saab.go.dyndns.org/ > >