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  • DragonEye
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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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    If it can help someone in his driveway, crying about live its unfair ����

    you can do it!
    Last edited by DragonEye; 09-28-2019, 02:05 PM.

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  • Grumpys93
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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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  • cbr-dee
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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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  • Jarrett
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    I have '98-'02 Accord V6 rotors and they fit on the Prelude hubs just fine.

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  • cbr-dee
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    @ jarrett / so from what your saying , accord v6 rotors aren't going to work either

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  • Jarrett
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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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  • cbr-dee
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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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  • cbr-dee
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    I hope your suggestion works, thanks for the quick reply.

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  • Davids92Accord
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    people who used OEM parts usually got them from a parts Honda prelude they found. The majority of people including myself just bought the parts from an auto parts store and had no issue at all.

    The part numbers you have are correct but It seems there must of been a mistake on the labeling of those from the manufacturer . My suggestion to you is go to an auto parts store and buy an aftermarket one from there and see if you still have that same issue.

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  • cbr-dee
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    97-01 Honda Prelude rear hub and bearing assembly
    Part number: 42200-S30-C51 and 97-01 Acura Integra Type-R rear rotors
    Part Number: 42510-ST7-R00 ( Do not fit ) !!! The hub is too large for the Type -R rotor. Did anyone here, actually buy oem honda parts??? Are there any solid answers on how to fix this ??? any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Cb_JoeyG
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    Got (what i thought was) all my parts, And just went to put it all back together but i dont have the Lude spindle nut! Guarentee ill have to order it too dammit!

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  • esskater892
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    whats up with the pictures?

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  • ChupaKabra617
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    I got it to fit, thanks!!

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  • Davids92Accord
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    Originally posted by ChupaKabra617 View Post
    I can't get my rear hub to fit, any ideas?
    did you make sure it is the prelude rear hub?

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  • ChupaKabra617
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    I can't get my rear hub to fit, any ideas?

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