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Jack shaft ?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by donelsonbill, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. donelsonbill

    donelsonbill New Member

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    i got a 90 CRX putting a b18a in out of 91 acura, did not get the jack shaft with the motor got one off e-bay but bolt holes will not line up. he said it would work for that year ? can some one help?:( trying to get going befor the snow flies here in Iowa.
     
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    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    you probably didn't get a 'jack shaft' because there is not a 'jack shaft' on a B18, or any other B-series motor, or any passenger vehicle on the road for that matter. A jackshaft is the device used to turn the wheels on a train locomotive...

    Maybe you could be more specific as to what you are referring to so that we could better help you find what you're looking for.
     
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    jlicrx Senior Member

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    you probably got the intermediate shaft (salvage yards do list them as jack shaft) from the 86-89 Integra D16A1, which is different from the 90-93 Integra B18 intermediate shaft - you need the intermediate shaft from 90-93 Integra - you could also use one from 94-00 Integra by using the 94-00 driver's side axle and changing the seal on the driver's side of the transmission where the intermediate shaft goes in
     
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    donelsonbill New Member

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    yes, you are right i's not a jack shaft, i have heard it called that and called half shaft, and intermeadent shaft. sorry.
     
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