Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 22:01:28 +0000 (UTC)
From: Craig's Saab C900 Site <c900nospam.apana.org.au>
Subject: Re: Alternator to Starter Cabling?


"yaofeng" <yaofengchennospaml.com> writes: >I don't have a feel for how heavy a 4 ga cable is. Presumably it is as >thick as the original and is copper. Is it is, the cable you made >should conduct the same amount of current as the original. Question is >are you making good enough crimped connections between the cable and >the blade to connect to both posts. >Sometims I wish I drive domestic cars. That's what you pay driving an >import. A guy said that to me when I complain about prices of parts >for my SAAB's. Domestic cars (same applies here in Australia) are build to a price, not to a standard. Our C900's were built to a standard, so price wasn't really much of an issue since if you wanted a vehicle of a certain quality you had to pay the asking price. So parts and build quality are skimped back to the barest minimum required to meet various country's safety standards and nothing more. The same still applies today in 2005, but it's watered down a lot with the generic makers (including GM) producing 'prestige' cars too. Toyata is the main one we see here in Australia with their 'Lexus' branding. Perhaps GM should re-focus Saab on producing cars built to a high standard again since that's where Saab's traditional market base is. Craig. -- Craig's Saab C900 Page --> http://nospam/~c900 Sydney, NSW Australia Craig's Saab C900 Workshop -- For all Saab C900 Enthusiasts world-wide! http://www.nospam.net http://www.nospam c900nospam.apana.org.au Come and explore our site, and check out our web-forums, mailing list, etc.

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