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Re: 99 Steering effort
Posted by Tom [Email] (more from Tom) on Mon, 7 Sep 2020 07:57:30
In Reply to: Re: 99 Steering effort, Gary Stottler [Profile/Gallery]
, Mon, 7 Sep 2020 07:47:30
Good tip Gary - thanks.
Any ideas on sourcing? I saw that the tie rod ends and balljoints look to be the same as early 900s. Looks like Powerflex makes poly bushing sets?
Can I ask about used parts sourcing? I posted this over at Saab Central:
My driver side for/after mechanism is broken and the center rod that goes between the seat rails is missing. It looks like the inner plastic that holds the rod in place broke on one of the handles.
Any go-to breaker or used part guru?
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