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    Originally posted by greencb7inkc View Post
    I see. I assume that explains the extended studs as well?
    Correct.

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      Originally posted by greencb7inkc View Post
      Josh you selling the CB?

      Jorge, do you need spacers cuz of the wheels or the tires
      Originally posted by Joshs92ex View Post
      Yessir.

      Yes, with ITR's you need spacers.
      Some people grind down the brake caliper, but that's definitely not advised.
      What he said

      Grinding them down isn't really too bad, but it's not something I want to do.


      Originally posted by Maple50175
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        When are you coming back through?

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          Originally posted by Joshs92ex View Post
          When are you coming back through?
          This upcoming weekend. I'm going to stop on my way back down on Sunday to meet with Nic to hand him my wheels and tires so he can mount them for me. He said we could meet at the moore road exit, it is the first exit right after the 24/75 split.


          Originally posted by Maple50175
          Oh here we go again. Maples other half.

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            Originally posted by Tnwagn View Post
            This upcoming weekend. I'm going to stop on my way back down on Sunday to meet with Nic to hand him my wheels and tires so he can mount them for me. He said we could meet at the moore road exit, it is the first exit right after the 24/75 split.
            Oh, okay.
            What time you thinking you're coming through?
            Will it be after 4?

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              Originally posted by Joshs92ex View Post
              Oh, okay.
              What time you thinking you're coming through?
              Will it be after 4?
              Probably, why? Gotta work?


              Originally posted by Maple50175
              Oh here we go again. Maples other half.

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                One step closer to the ITR's being on the car


                Originally posted by Maple50175
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                  Originally posted by Tnwagn View Post


                  One step closer to the ITR's being on the car
                  nice.. If i may ask how much did those run you? And do they make shorter ones or just the extended ones?
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                    Originally posted by bmxicansd View Post
                    nice.. If i may ask how much did those run you? And do they make shorter ones or just the extended ones?
                    I ordered from Summit just because they have great service. Probably not the best prices, but I trust them above any other company I have dealt with. I paid 45.55 shipped.

                    ARP makes both stock length and extended length metric studs that are the same dimensions as our stock studs.

                    Stock Length Wheel Studs 4 Pack --- ARP P/N: 100-7709
                    Stock Length Wheel Studs 5 Pack --- ARP P/N: 100-7710
                    Extended Wheel Studs 4 Pack ------- ARP P/N: 100-7711
                    Extended Wheel Studs 5 Pack ------- ARP P/N: 100-7712

                    The lugnuts are OEM Honda P/N: 90381-SV1-901. They ran 3.36 a piece for me at the dealership today.


                    Originally posted by Maple50175
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                      Anyways, George, you can change out rear studs without taking the hub off.

                      You do have to take the drum off, which is a PITA then hammer them bitches off.
                      IIRC there is enough room to stick a stud back through there. Not really sure though since this was discovered as I was switching to discs out back and salvaged good studs from the drums to put on the discs.

                      With the rear discs studs of any length can be put in easily with the rear caliper removed.
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                        Originally posted by The G-Man View Post
                        Anyways, George, you can change out rear studs without taking the hub off.

                        You do have to take the drum off, which is a PITA then hammer them bitches off.
                        IIRC there is enough room to stick a stud back through there. Not really sure though since this was discovered as I was switching to discs out back and salvaged good studs from the drums to put on the discs.

                        With the rear discs studs of any length can be put in easily with the rear caliper removed.
                        Good info to know Gary. I thought about ordering one pack of 5 studs, but didn't want to waste the money. Looking back, it was only like $3 more, I probably should have just bought it to cover myself. Oh well

                        I've heard removing the rear drum can be a bitch, but then again I've heard of some people having it slide off with ease. Guess I won't know until I tackle that project. I'm not too concerned about it right now. I don't plan on Auto-X'ing or Tracking the car anytime soon (if ever) so I feel alright driving around like that.

                        And I'm in the process of putting together a list of all the problems I have with my car that I'm going to take care of over the next few years. I don't really want to put money into a new used car when I have a very reliable platform that gets good mileage that I know how to work on. I figure that even if I go all out and get the best parts I can find I still will save money restoring this car vs. buying a newer used car and just driving it. Plus, insurance is sooooooooooo cheap on my car. The insurance company pretty much sees my car as the least threatening vehicle out there, so my rate is awesome, even for my age. I can't wait for 5 years when I hit 25. My rate is going to be pretty much nothing

                        Anyway, here is the beginning of the list. So far I've just started listing Exterior and Interior issues. Those that look at the pictures and think my car has no problems, guess again

                        Exterior:

                        - Front Passengerís side inner fender liner ripped out
                        - Wiper Arms have faded black paint
                        - New paint needed
                        - Driverís door has bent trim piece
                        - Rear Driverís side door has bent trim piece
                        - Window Visors have insufficient double sided tape
                        - Window Visors are faded
                        - Rear Passengerís side quarter panel has rust
                        - Rear Driverís side quarter panel leaks water into cabin of car badly

                        Interior:

                        - Glove box dampener broken
                        - Cup Holder will not stay in
                        - Both Front doors leak water, causing water lines on speaker grills
                        - Driverís door speaker grill needs to re-glued down
                        - Driverís door has ripped weather-stripping
                        - Rear Driverís side door panel has gouges
                        - 6Ēx9Ē Speaker and Panel arenít installed
                        - Hatch Carpet isnít properly fitted
                        - Unknown squeaks all around cabin


                        Originally posted by Maple50175
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                          Sounds good man.

                          Im kinda doing the same thing. Not reverting back to stock, just getting everything up to a SOLID platform that can be used to begin modification.



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                            installation of extended wheel studs on the front requires removal of the hub... I fucked a stud up trying to proove myself wrong.

                            rear drums can be removed with a BFH, it takes alot to mess one up, dont be afraid to whale on it... i have xtras if you wind up needing one.
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                              Originally posted by greencb7inkc View Post
                              Sounds good man.

                              Im kinda doing the same thing. Not reverting back to stock, just getting everything up to a SOLID platform that can be used to begin modification.

                              Exactly! I'm just trying to eliminate anything that could cause problems down the road.

                              Originally posted by 90Cb7sleeper View Post
                              installation of extended wheel studs on the front requires removal of the hub... I fucked a stud up trying to proove myself wrong.

                              rear drums can be removed with a BFH, it takes alot to mess one up, dont be afraid to whale on it... i have xtras if you wind up needing one.
                              Hmm, I really want to avoid taking off the front hub, as I don't want to risk damaging it. I've seen guides that show there being an area up front that you can pop the studs out easily without removing anything. How did you mess up your stud?

                              As for the rear, thanks for the info, but I'm going to wait until later to replace it. I have enough to work on this weekend as it is.


                              Originally posted by Maple50175
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                                you can pop a stock stud out easily with the caliper removed, but with the added length of the extended studs, your not allowed as great of an angle to get it in. Mine were hitting the knuckle IIRC. you can take a 10mm socket and hit the head of it in a criss cross pattern to get the front hub out to install the studs. I had to do this when i replaced my lowered ball joint.

                                I messed up the threads on one trying to get it in.

                                also, mine were Skunk2 studs. it maybe different with ARP

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