My tv is a '90 240 sedan with standard 5 speed transmission. I love it. What do you recommend suspension wise? I prefer sedans as I haul tools for work and if something isn't visible, nobody knows it is there. This is all related to my tv pulling my 13' Scamp. Thanks, Dan
Dan, that's great! Another Volvo driver!
This thread seems to be going adrift though perhaps and maybe the Mods will want to split it off?!
To answer you though; I am certainly no expert, I've just had 240's for a while. And it would depend on what you wanted to do with the car.
A 90 is 18 years old so the fist thing I would do if you havn't already is to get it to Stage 0; make sure that all the suspension bushings are in good shape and replace where needed, ball joints, tie rods etc. Good shocks.
For towing I do recommend the rear overload coils, or maybe you want to lower the car with lowering springs.
As I said above, the next best bang for the buck is better (anti) sway bars. Volvo 240 Turbo sedan bars are a really great upgrade and the IPD ones are said to be even better. I have not personally shelled out for them.
I just did the trailing arm bushings and torque rods on my fairly new to me 85 wagon.
I know what you mean about the security though. I have a cargo cover for my wagon.