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DA trailing arms on EG

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by michigan_soler, Jan 4, 2007.

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    michigan_soler New Member

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    i have a 92 eg hatch, and found a few sets of DA (91, 93 integra) LS trailing arms and one set of front knuckles. i have been told that they will work and that they won't work, no one can tell me why they won't work cuz for what i can tell, most of the parts that bolt on both of them are the same. can someone tell me WHY they won't work?
     
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    why was my other post locked... its a question for both DA guys and EG guys so i put it in both threads guessing that they don't look at both...
     
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    I personally put a set of DA trailing arms on an eg, it does work, you do have to change one of the tie arms (I forget which) but the trailing arm itself will work
    You must be doing rear discs on the civic huh? That's what I did.
    As far as the front knuckles I have no idea, the part numbers don't match ones I know fit, so I would say try it if you have them, don't try if you don't have them.
     
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    i actually tried the fronts last night, they don't work, they are so close to rubbing the suspension :( my del sol has GSR full swap (mc, booster, and all brakes)

    welfare, thank you for actaully posting. and did you just use the control/tie rod arms from the drums?
     
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    welfare Ancient Member

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    What do you mean??
     
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    the thanks for posting, cuz no one on this site seems to know anything. and you said you need to use a different tie arm, i was wondering if the tie arm you ended up using was from your old (drum brake) set up.
     
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    yes, you use the arm that was on the old drum setup, for the life of me I can remember which one, but you already have it :)
    Good luck.
     
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    haha, good to know, thanks alot...
     
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