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Old 01-23-2010, 02:45 PM   #61
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Old 01-29-2010, 02:23 PM   #62
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Nice you made this so easy.
thanks man- I want to redo the write up now because it is still labeled wrong.... I am about to do my wagon ce1...
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Old 02-26-2010, 07:32 PM   #63
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can you use 00-02 rear discs and brakes as well as the fronts?
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Old 02-26-2010, 07:40 PM   #64
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Wait so the Prelude rear hub bolts right onto the Accord rear drum??? That's awesome man

Props for this man this is an awesome discovery
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Old 03-06-2010, 06:40 PM   #65
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You spoke of an alignment issue, what was your method of fixing this? Thank you and very nice write up.
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Old 03-11-2010, 04:44 AM   #66
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can you use 00-02 rear discs and brakes as well as the fronts?
yeah can u i dont want drums
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Old 03-15-2010, 11:49 AM   #67
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You spoke of an alignment issue, what was your method of fixing this? Thank you and very nice write up.
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Old 03-24-2010, 06:00 PM   #68
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Do you have any experience with swapping an oem rear disc setup over to 5-lug?

I have the 10th anni. rear disc/abs and would love to do a full 5-lug swap.
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Old 03-29-2010, 09:46 PM   #69
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So let me jut make sure i am clear on this after reading this twice.

just need 00-02 EX/V6 Front Knuckles, with calipers and Rotors. Nothing else correct?

Side noob question, Tow Correcting as you mentioned meaning a REAL GOOD WHEEL ALIMENT? or something else? Also do the Prelude Vtec Calipers bolt right on? or do i need a bracket off something else or what? Thats about it. Nice write up btw! thanks in advance.

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Old 03-29-2010, 11:54 PM   #70
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Wait so the Prelude rear hub bolts right onto the Accord rear drum??? That's awesome man

Props for this man this is an awesome discovery
ok since Ricky Martin came out of the closet I will make an announcement

my cb is now 5 lug AND driving using this thread !!

i stayed drum in the rear AND used the front spindles from a 2002 Acura TL marked K6

everything bolted together fine and I kept my original front calipers instead of switching over to the TL's.

I purchased a set of 15" 5 lug rims from an Accord that were fine for the rear but hit the caliper in the front so 90LXKing found a set of white Motegi Rojas for $300 that were 17"s that bolted right on.

I used the Prelude hub and CRV drum brand new (see my earlier posts for part numbers)
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Old 03-30-2010, 12:24 AM   #71
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ok since Ricky Martin came out of the closet I will make an announcement

my cb is now 5 lug AND driving using this thread !!

i stayed drum in the rear AND used the front spindles from a 2002 Acura TL marked K6

everything bolted together fine and I kept my original front calipers instead of switching over to the TL's.

I purchased a set of 15" 5 lug rims from an Accord that were fine for the rear but hit the caliper in the front so 90LXKing found a set of white Motegi Rojas for $300 that were 17"s that bolted right on.

I used the Prelude hub and CRV drum brand new (see my earlier posts for part numbers)
nice!!! question, i thought the TL front spindles make the stick out an 1inch? or did i read wrong? let me know!

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Old 03-30-2010, 01:26 AM   #72
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rear

The 97-99 TL 5 lug CAN be used but you have the change the hub to the LUDE hub because the TL hub sits out further creating an offset if you will that sticks out almost 1" from the fender... anything else?[/quote]

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Old 03-30-2010, 05:59 PM   #73
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Man I am glad I am seeing this happening and people are using it. There is so many options that I have posted I know it is sort of confusing. I only gave the option for the CRV stuff and the lude hub for those of you not wanting to buy rear disk only to turn around and rip it apart to make rear 5 lug disk using prelude stuff.

Yes the 97-99 TL rears are 5 lug and will bolt on but the issue there is the hub sits out further, thus creating the aprox 1" from fender issue.

I am currently working on a new setup for my ce1 wagon using 99 CL ROH v6 3.0 4x114.3 stuff. I will post this in another post. The reason I am telling this too is because the back of this spindle is marked with the S5 stamp I talked about in the previous posts. This is a big deal for us and means that we can use the hub assemblies from all kinds of CL, TL, ACCORD chassis and interchange them as needed or wanted.

I also feel confident that the rear 5 lug hub from an oddy is a better fit for the rear drum and actually has a deeper seat for the nut to sit in like the cb/ cd does and makes for a better fit. I was getting ready to do 5 lug on my wagon and found this out.
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Old 03-30-2010, 06:03 PM   #74
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alignment complete and done at shop.... I eyeballed the adjustment to get it to a shop..... I have done a lot of string/ redneck allignments after installing camber kits so I could eyeball enough to get me rolling without killing the tired..... been driving for 4 weeks solid after alignment at shop new carbon kevlar clutch in that cb.... I sold it BTW to a very good friend who sometimes posts here.
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can you use 00-02 rear discs and brakes as well as the fronts?
no- at least not in the simple bolt up affair
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Wait so the Prelude rear hub bolts right onto the Accord rear drum??? That's awesome man

Props for this man this is an awesome discovery

I am POSITIVE the 95-98 ODDY/ OASIS rear hub is a better fit.... just harder to find sometimes.
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Do you have any experience with swapping an oem rear disc setup over to 5-lug?

I have the 10th anni. rear disc/abs and would love to do a full 5-lug swap.
Yes and there is a few write ups here for that.
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I am POSITIVE the 95-98 ODDY/ OASIS rear hub is a better fit.... just harder to find sometimes.
the lude hub fit so nice with the crv drum, it took 30 minutes to do both sides

i'll get my hands on an oddy rear hub to compare
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no- at least not in the simple bolt up affair
what would be needed to make this work? or is it better to use a different option?
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Old 03-31-2010, 09:22 AM   #80
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the lude hub fit so nice with the crv drum, it took 30 minutes to do both sides

i'll get my hands on an oddy rear hub to compare
Yes the fitment is smooth as butter on the crv drum with the prelude hub on the cb rear spindle assembly.... Do you remember how you can not tighten the nut down as far as the other ones go down just like on the 5 lug disk conversion so you can real stake it? I mean it goes down far enough to stake it...just not like the cb one.....

The reason for this is the depth of the lude rear hub is less shallow- only allowing it to be tightened down so far.... The oasis/ Oddy rear hub has the deeper seat and allows it to be seated further down the threads and allows for it to be staked like the CB on the spindle.

Does that make sense?
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