Replacing the Saab 9000 rear brake discs
This procedure assumes you have already removed the rear brake caliper as detailed here.
As long as you don't find some screws that are hard to shift, this part of the procedure can be expected to take between 5 and 10 minutes.
As usual, double this for the first side if you haven't done it before. Of course, I was making notes and taking photographs as well.
These are for replacing the discs only. For tools required to replace the pads, see here. I assume some basic tools, such as a jack, axle stands, socket set, etc. However I do not assume you will already have all the necessary metric socket and spanner sizes, especially if you are in the USA. Here is a list so you can make sure you have all the necessary sizes before you start.
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