We do the following in house;
V4 & 2 Stroke Transmission Rebuilding
Rebuilt Transmissions for V4 and Two Stroke
Clutch Alignment Tools are now IN STOCK! – $15
1956 – 1980 Saab Three Cylinder Two Stroke and v4 Clutch Assembly Tool. Makes assembling engine & transmission supereasy. Will save you $15 of frustration guaranteed.
NEW Input Shaft Protective Nose Cones – $6
A rubber for your shaft. Protect your input shaft from moisture and damage.
New Gaskets are now IN STOCK! – $15
1956 – 1980 Saab Three Cylinder and v4 Rear Transmission Cover Gasket. Fits both 7 and 8 hole covers. Also includes 8 rubberized washers that help seal the bolts on the rear cover.
Synchronizer Rings – $25 each
New synchronizer rings for the 96, 95 and Sonett 4 speed transmissions. This one is for 2nd, 3rd & 4th gears, (1st gear has 3 teeth cut off) Note; these are the later design (appx 1961-new with 6 degree ring tapper).
1st gear synchronizer ring has 3 teeth missing. (Also have 2nd, 3rd, & 4th gear rings)
Freewheel Roller Kit – $50
NEW Modern Upgraded Freewheel Rollers and Modern Springs to Update the 6 roller freewheel units. Solves slipping freewheel issues!
The old design Saab used was an antiqued spring design. Tom has matched a modern Automatic Transmission Spring to fit into the old 6 roller freewheel hub and added NEW Rollers Also.
Save the freewheeling in your Vintage Saab! It’s one of the neatest features ever!
The kit includes 6 NEW rollers and 6 new designed tension springs
(We have New 10 rollers (V4 units) also, but at present do not offer it with upgraded springs)
Slave Cylinder – $125
NEW Slave Cylinder for all model Saabs 1965-1974
Shift Lineage Seal – $25 each
NEW Production Linkage Seals!! These prevent water from running into your transmission! The angle of the shifter shaft lets water run STRAIGHT into your Vintage Saab gear box (see pics).
Fits all column shifted transmission. (Floor shifted cars the shaft run at an angle “down hill” so this seal is NOT needed)
Note: Some early Pre-1964 shifter covers are missing a groove to allow the seal to seat around the shaft. These will still block 99% of the water coming in on your shaft for this early style even though it will not seal into the cover.
To get more information or to have some work done you may visit the contact page for more information
ALSO For Miscellaneous Parts, looking around on ebay is a good place to find most anything any more.