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90 Or 91 Integra Axles In 1988 Crx

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by pdqcrx, Apr 26, 2003.

  1. pdqcrx

    pdqcrx Member

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    Put these axles in the crx and when I tightened down on them the wheels locked up. Took it apart and seen the dust shields crushed the rubber seals on the axels. The teg ones are bigger. Do I need to put the teg bearings in the crx or do I need to change something else. I removed the metal race for the dust shield and now they work fine but will it cause problems with bearings later. The axels are still sealed .
     
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    Uppertorso Senior Member

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    no it should be ok, a good friend of mine did the same swap and he had to remove the dust shields also, he has been driving around for 2 weeks, no problems yet.
     
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    well what jack shaft do u have in there?? if u have a 90-93 in there they should work just fine cuz thats what i have in my car and i have had no problems. but if u have, say a b16 one then they wont work correctly.
     
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    The motor trans axles all came from a 90 or 91 integra upside down donor.
     
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