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mellePosted - 21 Jan 2018 : 16:19:06
Looking for an original Saab spring compressor tool Saab part no. 89 95 060 with cups part no. 78 61 248.



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mellePosted - 02 Feb 2018 : 19:29:41
OK, I've given in and created a Tradera account.

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mellePosted - 02 Feb 2018 : 19:25:27
Yes, green96v4 linked to that ad earlier. I've just put up a wanted ad on the Danish forum, I should perhaps create a Tradera account as well. Have been putting that off for years to avoid having to resist yet more temptations!

Woody, do you have a part number for the tool?

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WoodyPosted - 02 Feb 2018 : 19:12:14
Melle - have you seen this?
https://www.tradera.com/item/301910/300457482/saab-95-96-2t-v4-fjader-verktyg

These are the Saab factory compressors. I have these - great piece of kit. They are ok for Competition springs without having to use the initial long compressor like above.
mellePosted - 02 Feb 2018 : 17:47:20
It actually looks much more useful than the one I was initially looking for, so if anyone has one they're wiling to part with, let me know! I made a long compressor a few years ago:



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john-saabPosted - 02 Feb 2018 : 17:37:42
I have one of that type..it can be used without removing the wing unlike the other..it's a bit tight but can be done and it's wound in/out using a 3/4 socket wrench. Once the spring is off you need the long spring compressor if you are changing springs. (pics to follow as it will be in use any day now)

'73 96 (Vernon),'74 95 (Veronica)plus 4 other 95's and 2 96's
green96v4Posted - 29 Jan 2018 : 21:24:32
it shows up in a 1975 workshop manual pdf I have, Tradera account is easy enough to set up, most sellers are good enough to figure out overseas shipping and paypal (the int. transfers can be expensive)
mellePosted - 29 Jan 2018 : 19:50:41
Thanks! Not seen that, don't have a Tradera account. Never seen that type before.

www.saabv4.com
green96v4Posted - 29 Jan 2018 : 12:00:58
Melle - have you seen this?
https://www.tradera.com/item/301910/300457482/saab-95-96-2t-v4-fjader-verktyg

Different (later) design, but original SAAB tool
green96v4Posted - 28 Jan 2018 : 17:56:39
didn't need that front wing then!
mellePosted - 28 Jan 2018 : 16:48:39
Yes, I'd seen that one!

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ianhPosted - 28 Jan 2018 : 16:42:55
This is how its done in Sweden, skip to 1min 40 sec
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaRD9NBdPqk&feature=related
posted by Woody some time ago.
mellePosted - 27 Jan 2018 : 16:43:35
Will do!

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green96v4Posted - 27 Jan 2018 : 12:15:24
NP, let me know if nothing else comes up
mellePosted - 27 Jan 2018 : 10:25:24
Yes, that looks like it could be bent back. I prefer a complete set with original cups, but would definitely consider yours if nothing suitable turns up. I'm not in a real hurry though.

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green96v4Posted - 26 Jan 2018 : 22:40:11
Yep thats the one. Steve Binns was a neighbour and turned up with a box of tools one night, was probably going to chuck them out!!!

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