Getting the two-stroke ready for the summer – done Tommi Järvinen 6.4.2014, 22:25 Saab 96 Sedan 1964 The two-stroke is ready for the driving season. There’s actually a Saab-Club Finland spring meeting a week from now and I decided to take the stroker there. Since the steering rack was replaced we needed to measure the wheel angels (or rather the toe-in) again – old school style… Measuring the toe-in. Should be 2mm +/- 1mm on a two-stroke. The driver side tie rod is easy to adjust as it is accessible through the engine bay. The passenger side tie rod is not quite as accessible… I also bought a nice bracket for the revcounter and attached the lambda gauge on the dash. And I bought a little 2 kg fire extinguisher for the car. Ready for new adventures 2014! Previous PostGetting the two-stroke ready for the summer Next PostSaab 96 Custom – Helga One Comment Bill Frenette 6.4.2014 at 22:47 6 years ago Reply Tommi, I have been following your progress on getting the two stroker ready. Great job, it looks like a new car off the showroom floor, only better, and the short nose is my favorite style. Don’t get me wrong I like my 96, but now will be looking for a two stroker Bull Nose. Leave a Reply to Bill Frenette Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.