|12-02-2010, 08:18 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2010
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Checker/O'Reily 'MasterPro' branded rear hub/bearing assembly
Price is right, bolts up just fine.
doesn't use the 'standard' diameter for wheel studs - so, if you've got extended studs you want to install in this hub, they probably won't work. The knurl diameter they use is closer to .509" than Honda's normal .485"
It looks like the 'Late GM Camaro, Firebird, Corvette' ( 100-7708 ) and the Early Miata (100-7719) studs from ARP should work - just a PITA that I have to buy new studs. I've got a set of the GM ones on order, will post back if they work - would've preferred to get the Miata ones (they have the 'bullet nose', the GM ones don't), but the GM ones were cheaper and I could get them ASAP.
Bottom line - probably won't buy these again.
|12-24-2010, 12:06 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: detroit mi
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i hate when the parts you buy at autozone and shit uses diff bolts
i just did my buddies crx and hear this today
the lower ball joint used a 19mm socket
the upper used a 17. and the tie rod used a 18
then i think the control arms for one side used 18 and the other side used 19..
i mean what the fuck man
get that shit right
17mm all day
doesnt help his lug nuts are all different sizes too lol
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