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I got mine from MP Performance, search on saab rear sway bar using google and it pops up. Not sure if they still sell them but someone is doing something out there. Genuine Saab calls their version the anti-roll bar and is selling it for $90.
On my 900 you can tell the steering isn't as sharp as it could be, especially once you sort out the vert shake. Easy to keep going once you start. However, I would suggest starting with the rear sway bar, easy to install and makes a big difference. Lots of posting on this board, try drs(underscore)install or deans(underscore)list. His information is absolutely on target and saves a lot of hassle (plus $$$ for the do it yourself type).
I haven't tried it but there are some two-point braces out there for the front which are probably easier to install and will help somewhat. My own 6 point brace is really a 5 point brace at the moment, there is one side that has never snugged up the way it should.
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