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Teggy rear brakes complete

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by Sofast, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. Sofast

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    I swapped out the HF drums for the Teggy rear discs. I definitly notice much better braking. Today I will be installing the rear sway bar. I read that you have to drill holes in the body to access the mounting holes for the sway bar brackets. I will be welding them. Much easier. I will post pics of my progress later.
     
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    Nice. i'd like to see how this turns out. i will prolly be doing the same thing on my 91 si hatch
     
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    turned out great! I will need to replace the pads and rotors come spring. Then i will strip it all back off and paint it. I also got my teggy sway bar installed today. I took pics and will post them tonight. Had some free time at work so i buttoned up some engine wiring, changed every fluid, put some new tread on, and got some 17" wheels donated. They will need some new tread as well but that will happen in the spring .
     
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    I didnt get any with the wheels off. But I will. I was limited on time. It looks dirty right now. When winter is over I will powder coat it all. Its rough when your Daily driver is your project.

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    threw my new Tokico Blues on


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    Got the sway bar mounted to the control arms to line it up to the frame



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    I read a post about drilling through the trunk to drop mounting bolts through
    to the sway bar mount. I decided it will be much easier to weld it
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    A couple of self tappers lock it into place. I will take more pictures later of
    this completed.
     
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