I am swapping a B16A1 with an S1 tranny into a 1990 DX hatch. I went to Autozone and swapped the axels that Hmotors gave me with new ones(rebuilt) with a lifetime warranty(wink,wink). Hmotors told me they were the axels from a 90-93 Teg, and when I swapped them at the auto parts store, they looked identical, perfectly the same. Here it my dilema. I am using HCP mount, and the swap was flawless, all the mounts are in and tight, straight with the chassis, and looks good. I started putting in the axels, and the pass side went in flawlessly, I pulled the spacer thing from in the hub assembly, and tightened down all the bolts, looks good. Now the drivers side is another story, I did the same thing with the drivers side as the pass, but when I pulled the D15 axels, I had a hard time getting them out of the hub(they seemed too long, not enough space) The new axels won't go in at all, I can't get the into the hub, I have removed the upper control arm from the fender, the shock/spring assembly, and even pulled the tie rod and the sway bar bolts. The darn hub just doesn't swing out far enough to get the axels center into it(about 1/2" shy). Do I need a different axel for the drivers side, am I doing it wrong? Has anyone heard of this? The pass side looks good, I just don't want to take the whole hub off, and find out the axels is too long. It the extra lenght due to the longer inset because I had to remove the hub spacer. The swap was going flawlessly until this, BIG SNAG, Please help if you can. Thanks, Jim BTW, the B16 is out of a XSi, and has the XSi intermediate shaft, it is not a SiR.