Date: 24 May 2006 20:13:37 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <>
Subject: Re: Replacing engine in '99 9-5 Saab 4cly 2.35 L turbo

On Wed, 24 May 2006 21:03:59 +0100, John Hudson <> wrote: > > "Dave Hinz" <> wrote in message > >> (of course, the fact is that I'm keeping the hardwoods trimmed up so >> they'll be great lumber trees in 30-50 years, but they don't need to >> know that). > Seriously Dave I liked the way you were using all that nice timber and it > made me smile. Actually, that's my firefighting training coming to the surface there. That's more or less how we'll crib up a car that we're extricating someone in. And those are all pressure treated landscaping timbers, and oddly enough, I have a project planned which includes using these once they're done holding up a car so I don't get squished. > On my tiny plot I've planted and cut down quite a few trees > over the 35 years of ownership but it isn't enough to keep my daughters home > supplied with logs. I have to augment it by using builders offcuts. I envy > you your 30 acres. Best wishes with your engine work. I like having room to spread out, yes. I'll post pics of the engine work as things go on unless the car falls on me or something.

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