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Old 06-27-2006, 10:45 AM   #11
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I'm thinking no on both questions
Yea, I believe the hydro finals use a different style bearing than the cables...
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Yea, I believe the hydro finals use a different style bearing than the cables...
Can't you just change the diff bearings? Or is the OD of the diff not the same?
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Can't you just change the diff bearings? Or is the OD of the diff not the same?
I believe the OD is different.
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Does anyone have a diff from a cable D-series tranny and a set of calipers? I'll measure the OD of the diff (or, the ID of the bearing) and we can figure out if it will work with different bearings.

If it works out and someone wants it, I'll be willing to press on new bearings for free...of course the buyer would need to buy the new bearings.
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Ok, according to www.hondaautomotiveparts.com, the 1992 Civic VX's diff bearings have a 35mm ID (72x35x17). I looked up a 1990 Civic DX 5-speed, and it's diff bearings are also 35mm ID (72x35x17). According to this, I wouldn't even have to press on new bearings, but just goes to show that the ID's are the same.
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