|04-02-2009 11:30 AM|
|srp||PM me and we can discuss.|
|04-02-2009 11:00 AM|
|VRoc||hmm that's too pricy considering i'm not really upgrading and cant use the shocks or springs. How much for just the hubs and knuckles??|
|04-01-2009 10:11 AM|
Lets say $125 shipped. It will not be a light package. If you don't need the springs and shocks it will be lighter.
|04-01-2009 08:41 AM|
oh yeah i've been through that before with replacing a front bearing on a honda Accord... the bearing wouldnt come out on the press and had to be cut out with a reciprocating saw.
hey SRP - how much do you want for the knuckle and hub assemblies??? Shipping would be to Solana Beach CA, 92075.
|03-31-2009 12:58 PM|
|Tweek's Turbos||Rear hubs are alot easier to swap than fronts.|
|03-31-2009 09:50 AM|
They are a different diameter. especially on the rear. I am a bit slow and accidentally chose the wrong ones from GS and yeah they are a lot smaller. I just noticed upon my wheel swap for summer the size difference. They fit and work just aren't very good for stopping.
If you need some rear sport rotors for 96 i can sell you my slightly used ones at a pretty hefty discount (once i get the right ones purchased and installed)
|03-30-2009 05:31 PM|
I've got some 97 hubs attached to knuckles if your interested.
Also have the calipers complete with brackets.
|03-30-2009 02:07 PM|
|Tweek's Turbos||The reason why the hub part number is the same is because you can't get the older larger ones anymore.|
|03-30-2009 01:59 PM|
97+ hubs are larger diameter....
Brakes were changed in 97 as part of the model upgrades
|03-30-2009 01:52 PM|
900NG front brakes 94-96 vs 97 up
does anyone know why the 97 and up front rotors wont fit on an older 94-96 saab 900 ?? the hubs appear to have the identical part # so then it must be the spindles are different ??