|03-03-2006 08:33 AM|
haha thats tight!
i woulda been too lazy to do it too...
he kinda did dick you in a way... now you have to disasemble all that
|03-03-2006 06:20 AM|
Just a quick follow-up.
I got my strut assembly Today.
$50 From a junkyard in Maine.
I said to him: "all I need is the strut housing, you can keep everything else."
when I go to pick up the "box" it Weighs about 40#
Turns out I got the strut assembly, rotor, ABS sensor, spring, strut insert and strut-mount. all for $50.
Seems like junkyards are a hit-or-miss with me.
They either screw me out of what I want, or send me WAY more than what I need.
Anyways... looks like I might end up doing this side on my own....it's just going to be a transfer of parts from one assembly to another, and then re-install won't require a compressor because of the lowering springs.
|03-02-2006 08:37 AM|
|WyldSaabMan||haha it's no big deal, when ever you get the chance to send it up. I just like giving ya hard time about it.|
|03-02-2006 08:33 AM|
Right now... glovebox of the saab... on a lift... @ Bob's
I could mail you a $25 check, and keep the Card.... PM me if you'd like.
|03-02-2006 08:11 AM|
yea i dont think it would matter. the housings are all the same, I am pretty sure its just the spring and strut which were different, and since your using other springs and shocks it doesnt matter.
and where is my gas card
|03-02-2006 07:31 AM|
different paint on strut assembly?
for my year there's about 6 different marked strut housings.
My assumption is that the different markings are all related to spring setups.
I got a plain white-marked strut assembly for the SE, since I'm using my own aftermarket spring/strut.
Please tell me I'm "okay" w/ this...