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Old 10-09-2006, 04:30 AM   #1
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wtb- 1990-1991 crx hf trans.

if anyone has one let me know, I live in Missouri 65355
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Old 10-09-2006, 05:56 AM   #2
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Brock Auto Parts USA-MO(St.-Louis) Request_Quote 1-800-235-3346

they have one and are around 165 miles from you, they didn't list a price, but they have a phone.

I got that information off car-part.com I think they use the sam database as the junkyards use to search other junk yards, it's how I found my vx tranny (19 miles from me)
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An 89 is the same as the 90-91, just so you know.
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Didn't I read (somewhere) something about different years & different splines for the CRX? Or were they just referring to you needing to use specific year driveaxles for specific year transmissions among the CRX. I know for a fact I read something like this on someone's CRX site.
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Didn't I read (somewhere) something about different years & different splines for the CRX? Or were they just referring to you needing to use specific year driveaxles for specific year transmissions among the CRX. I know for a fact I read something like this on someone's CRX site.
If memory serves correct, 1988 CRX transmissions have a different spline count on the input shaft (where the clutch attaches). If you use one of these transmissions, you'll have to also use a clutch for the 1988.
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Ah, that's it. Thank you for clearing that one up. Hmm, that also means I should track down that guy who has the '88HF driveaxle I need (for my '89).
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