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Old 07-31-2007, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default need info ABS vs non-ABS wheel hubs & bearings for civic / integra antilock brakes

Trying to get all my ducks in a row here & need help

most common brake swap is integra/civic ex.... a large percentage were originally antilock braking system.

there are different part # for front & rear hubs & bearings for the same brakes depending if they are ABS or non ABS.

question 1.) are the bearings & therefore the (inside of) the hubs different sizes? I assume there is somesort of magenetic pickup or something in the bearings for ABS system - correct or no?

question #2) if they are different sizes & I want new ones (both bearings & hubs) can I just get non-abs bearings with non-abs hubs? if i needed just bearings i would go with abs bearings but the rears are all sold as a hub/bearing assembly

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Default Re: need info ABS vs non-ABS wheel hubs & bearings for civic / integra antilock brakes (6SPD_EK)

found this but still need more info
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did some research on parts sites...
civic dx is 2.874 OD 1.4961 ID
integra is 3.1102 OD 1.6929ID


so, i have a civic dx knuckle, and ex abs(integra siz brakes) knuckles

axles that need civic knuckles..but i want to use bigger brakes

it sucks!
what are civic ex/si (abs) bearings?
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