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Old 10-04-2017, 05:29 AM   #1
lbus9168
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Manual swap axle information

Hi all, after completing a manual swap on my 92 CB9, I have some information to add to the axle info on this website.

Now, the outer CV joints on cb7's and cb9's ARE DIFFERENT. you must use your original CV outer on the drivers side / engine side (I'm rhd but swapped terms for lhd cars as that is 99% of the userbase here.)

Obviously if youre using cb7 outers then its fine.

The passenger side / transmission side axle is the same on all 90-93 accords whether automatic or manual.

You CANNOT use the prelude half shaft.

Even if you swap the inner CV end over to mate to the prelude half shaft, there is still over a 1/2" difference, and if youre lowered this WILL cause vibration turning right. Its been pretty terrible honestly! Thankfully I'm swapping mine out for the right setup as we speak.

Here's a photo to show what I mean. Bolt holes were lined up.



Also, accord drivers side axle is definetly smaller than the prelude one.

Basically, just use accord bits only.
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