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Old 05-31-2011, 10:50 PM   #1
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1992 trunk organizer fit 1990 coupe?

I just got a 1992 accord trunk organizer. This is too long to fit, and no where to bolt down. Does anyone have any suggestions to get it to fit a 1990 accord coupe?
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Old 05-31-2011, 11:03 PM   #2
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1992 Accord EX Coupe >http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthre...00#post3060200
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I give it 2 weeks before you sell it.
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Old 05-31-2011, 11:09 PM   #3
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lol of course there isn't a way to bolt it down, its from a wagon
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Old 06-01-2011, 04:27 AM   #4
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I cut the back portion of the wagon compartment, the side sitting against the seats. the width of the rubber plastic strip thing is about how much I cut depth-wise, maybe a little more, and then I started to taper in the corners and fine-tune the fitment with small cuts. you wanna cut just enough so that it will fit snug with the spare tire cover down. the left compartment tray can stay how it is, but the right compartment tray is where you're gonna meet some trouble, especially if you have ABS.

right compartment:

Break off the rubber/plastic spacer thing on the right edge of the compartment. it's useless, and takes up valuable space.

trim the right side trunk liner. set the compartment next to it to see how much you'll need to cut, and where.

next, if you have ABS, you're gonna have to relocate the relays (or whatever they are) sitting behind that trunk liner. there are two relays. if you're looking straight at them, #1 is to the left, and #2 is to the right.

#1 relocate to another bolt holding up the thing... that's being held up there. relocate it to the bolt that's closest to the tail lights.

#2 relocate it by turning it around, and bolting it to the other side of the hole that it's currently bolted onto.

That's all the things I did to get it to fit. It's snug, so the door isn't gonna close perfectly like it would in the wagon all the time, the trays shift sometimes (they can't be bolted down) so you might have to nudge things around a bit.

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