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Old 02-19-2012, 05:43 AM   #1
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Default 4 lug conversion -- 4x114.3 ?

Can it be done to a CRX using OEM Honda parts ( Accord, Prelude ) ?
What's needed ?
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Can it be done to a CRX using OEM Honda parts ( Accord, Prelude ) ?
What's needed ?
It could be possible but I'm no expert, first you'd have to get the hubs from a 1990-2002 Accord and from there see if they bolt up, if not then you're gonna have to do some fabrication
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Default Re: 4 lug conversion -- 4x114.3 -- what's needed ? / has anyone done it ?

Why go to another 4 lug with wider spacing instead of just going 5 lug?
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Default Re: 4 lug conversion -- 4x114.3 -- what's needed ? / has anyone done it ?

i have seen a few pic of crx with big 4 on them, not really sure how its done but i would guess you have to shave the front hub to fit the crx knuckle like when doing 5 lug
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.... You get the whole trailing arm assembly and front spindles from a 96 R
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