99 Turbo suspension Tommi Järvinen 21.1.2019, 00:11 Saab 99 Turbo 1978 After the car was painted it was time to start putting some parts on the body shell. First job was to install the suspension components. When the clear coat had hardened sufficiently I proceeded to apply cavity wax to all the appropriate places, like inside the side panels and the fender welding joints. The 99 front springs are not the easiest to install, requiring a lot of compression to fit. Especially with the stiffer springs the car has it can be somewhat exciting… I also test fitted the old Bilstein racing shocks. I need to send them to be rebuild. Rear axle in place. New disks for the brakes and the refurbished calipers with new pistons and seals. Same goes for the front end. New disks and refurbished calipers. Also all new brake hoses and parking brake cables. Test fitting the Incas on the Turbo… Looking nice! Previous PostPainting The Body Next PostWiper mechanism and heater overhaul 5 Comments James in Scotland 21.1.2019 at 21:36 2 years ago Reply Excellent work, as usual, Tommi. What is the red wire on the front brakes for ? What a fantastic colour. Tommi Järvinen 12.2.2019 at 08:18 1 year ago Reply Hello James. Thanks for the comments. The red wire is just a spring to hold the caliper in the frame. Andy M 23.1.2019 at 21:36 1 year ago Reply I have just read this from start to finish (while I should have been working!). Inspirational work, totally stunning. I wish I had your skills, and garage. Can’t wait for the next installment. It is hard enough doing the work but extra special that you are taking pictures and logging your progress. Thank you for taking the time to share. Anthony Frost 23.7.2019 at 00:15 1 year ago Reply Is there a Scandinavian supplier for the Inca Alloys? New-old-Stock Or original-refurbished Or “ something-else”??? Just wondering as I cannot locate any in the UK Tommi Järvinen 11.8.2019 at 17:56 12 months ago Reply Hi Anthony! Incas are not that rare but finding NOS is probably near impossible. Used sets come up for sale pretty often on Facebook Saab groups. Posting a wanted-listing on some of those should do the trick. If there is no major damage they are easy enough to have media blasted and powder coated. Br, Tommi Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and site URL in my browser for next time I post a comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.