if you didnt trim the bushing could you have gotten rid of using the washer stack on both sides?
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1989 Honda Accord LX-i Coupe, 240k miles, MT swap, rear disc swap
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What was hard about it? I did it on my 99 when I was in high school, but the later cars no longer have trailing arms.
Yeah funny how the "how toos" never tell you all the stuff that doesnt really fit.
Shane do you think there where supposed to be bushings where those 4 spots needed washers?
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So you don't swap the trailing arms along with it?
[QUOTE=ShiRen;1223490]So you don't swap the trailing arms along with it? I use the stock hatchback arms
Last edited by Shane86; 05-19-2021 at 05:41 PM.
Right... because you have a hatchback lol. I am surprised they are different for the hatch and I couldn't imagine why.
I pulled the rear suspension from my 89 LX and I am not sure what he is talking about... I guess I will have to take a peak at it again. Was going to use them for an integra disk conversion so that will be important lol
is it just drum vs the disc arms are different?
Rear Disk Swap, with pics (for those with drum brakes)
heres the how too...I would just skip to the last post the rest is ....meh
I went to to move the last post.....messed it up a little...but here is Legends version.
Rear Disk Swap, with pics (for those with drum brakes)2021
From what I come up with 86-87 is different from 88-89
I backed my car onto the lift yesterday, Ill have to slide my 89 arms underneath it and compare the 2