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    Unfortunately i'm still unable to complete the swap! all my part #s are correct, and all parts are OE honda. I've even tried a aftermarket itr rotor but i'm still having the same problem ( The hub is too large for the rotor)..... Does Anyone else have a suggestion ??

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      RockAuto lists the specs for both the '97-'01 Integra Type-R rear rotors and the '98-'02 Accord V6 rear rotors as the same part number.
      Last edited by Jarrett; 10-03-2014, 08:03 AM.
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        @ jarrett / so from what your saying , accord v6 rotors aren't going to work either

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          I have '98-'02 Accord V6 rotors and they fit on the Prelude hubs just fine.
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            are you using OE or aftermarket parts ?
            Its great to speak to someone that has already done it

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              Since the pictures don't work and I see people asking, this is the race busted lx was talking about that you have to remove on the rear:


              I just sprayed pb blaster around the back and front and let it sit for a couple minutes, then took a small crowbar and knocked it loose. Hope this helps people
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                You must grind the hub to make the rotor fit on certain company, because the rotor is not machined the same on every company : here:


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                Last edited by DragonEye; 09-28-2019, 02:05 PM.
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