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Old May 6th, 2007, 10:17 PM   #31
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i did the 4 to 5 lug swap on my car. most of these people on this website dont know what they are talking about. all talk but nothing done. what you need is the whole hub assembly. when you take off the wheel, you see the knuckle and everything attached to it is just sway bars and camber arm. remove those wit 17mm. you will need some penetrant and basically remove any bolt you see that is holding the knuckle to the car. hardest part is putting it back in. do not cut anything everything is bolted down and should be unbolted. have a flathead screwdriver handy for when removing the bracket attached to the e-brake cable. that is the best i can do for now. all this was done to my 2000 accord coupe i4.

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Old August 19th, 2007, 11:09 PM   #32
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hey i got 5 lug conversion for 98-02 accord coupe or sedans for sale
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Old March 7th, 2008, 11:51 AM   #33
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What parts are included? How much shipped to 33647 (Tampa, Florida)?
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swap..

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did a 4 to 5 lug swap as well as a rear disc brake upgrade while i got my engine swap done.
I was wondering if you did this to a 5 Gen V6 Accord?
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Old October 31st, 2008, 01:33 AM   #35
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I picked up a 5 lug knuckle and caliper setup off of a 1999 v6 EX off of ebay for about $275 shipped.

Really lucky and great deal at the time.

I picked up the proportioning valve, new pads, and new rotors and am a set of SS brake lines away from doing the swap.

Should be fairly easy to where I can do it in about 6 hours taking my time on a sunday and drive it up to my alignment shop monday morning to make sure she's straight
I was wondering as to what type of an Accord you used these parts for, that is a Gen 5 I4 or V6, and your success thanks. frank
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Old October 31st, 2008, 09:26 AM   #36
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He used it on a 6th gen I4 Frank, that's why this was posted in the 6th generation accord section of the forum.

Are you looking to do a 5-lug conversion as well? I recently completed mine with help from a friend...let me know if you have any questions.
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Old November 16th, 2008, 09:40 PM   #37
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For the i4's who have rear discs the following parts are common to the ex-i4 and ex-v6

Front
44600-S87-A00 36299 002 2 BEARING ASSY., FR. HUB 78.87 55.21
90113-S84-901 28608 020 8 BOLT, WHEEL 1.12 0.78
90681-SG0-000 30908 021 2 CIRCLIP (INNER) (84MM) 11.20 7.84
93892-06014-08 28610 022 6 SCREW-WASHER (6X14) 0.68 0.48

Rear
42326-ST7-Z00 28612 003 2 CAP, HUB UNIT 4.83 3.38
43253-S4K-305 4878985 027 1 SPLASH GUARD, R. RR. 22.77 15.94
43254-S4K-305 4878986 028 1 SPLASH GUARD, L. RR. 22.77 15.94
90113-SM1-005 22398 037 8 BOLT, WHEEL (ROCKNEL FASTENER) 1.50 1.05
90305-S30-003 33602 038 2 NUT, SPINDLE 2.20 1.54

Here are the pics of the front brake v6, rear brake v6, front brake i4 and rear brake i4

Use the Majestic Honda part numbers to compare

The price gets reduced from $468.42 to $283.08 and the updated list is as follows

Front
44600-S87-A00 36316 005 2 HUB ASSY., FR. 59.18 41.43
90113-S84-901 28608 019 2 BOLT, WHEEL 1.12 0.78
45255-SS0-G00 33574 016 2 SPLASH GUARD, FR. BRAKE (15 in.) 34.00 23.80

Rear
90113-SM1-005 22398 033 2 BOLT, WHEEL (ROCKNEL FASTENER) 1.50 1.05
42200-S87-C52 4878984 002 2 BEARING ASSY., RR. HUB UNIT 106.40 74.48

Also the splash guard is not really used and can be removed. That further reduces the price from $283.08 to $235.48
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Old December 6th, 2008, 06:19 PM   #38
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Very helpful post. Thanks guys!
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 08:14 PM   #39
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to much work...
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For the i4's who have rear discs the following parts are common to the ex-i4 and ex-v6

Front
44600-S87-A00 36299 002 2 BEARING ASSY., FR. HUB 78.87 55.21
90113-S84-901 28608 020 8 BOLT, WHEEL 1.12 0.78
90681-SG0-000 30908 021 2 CIRCLIP (INNER) (84MM) 11.20 7.84
93892-06014-08 28610 022 6 SCREW-WASHER (6X14) 0.68 0.48

Rear
42326-ST7-Z00 28612 003 2 CAP, HUB UNIT 4.83 3.38
43253-S4K-305 4878985 027 1 SPLASH GUARD, R. RR. 22.77 15.94
43254-S4K-305 4878986 028 1 SPLASH GUARD, L. RR. 22.77 15.94
90113-SM1-005 22398 037 8 BOLT, WHEEL (ROCKNEL FASTENER) 1.50 1.05
90305-S30-003 33602 038 2 NUT, SPINDLE 2.20 1.54

Here are the pics of the front brake v6, rear brake v6, front brake i4 and rear brake i4

Use the Majestic Honda part numbers to compare

The price gets reduced from $468.42 to $283.08 and the updated list is as follows

Front
44600-S87-A00 36316 005 2 HUB ASSY., FR. 59.18 41.43
90113-S84-901 28608 019 2 BOLT, WHEEL 1.12 0.78
45255-SS0-G00 33574 016 2 SPLASH GUARD, FR. BRAKE (15 in.) 34.00 23.80

Rear
90113-SM1-005 22398 033 2 BOLT, WHEEL (ROCKNEL FASTENER) 1.50 1.05
42200-S87-C52 4878984 002 2 BEARING ASSY., RR. HUB UNIT 106.40 74.48

Also the splash guard is not really used and can be removed. That further reduces the price from $283.08 to $235.48

I have an I4 with rear drums in the back. so all i need to buy is

Front
44600-S87-A00 36316 005 2 HUB ASSY., FR. 59.18 41.43
90113-S84-901 28608 019 2 BOLT, WHEEL 1.12 0.78
45255-SS0-G00 33574 016 2 SPLASH GUARD, FR. BRAKE (15 in.) 34.00 23.80

Rear
90113-SM1-005 22398 033 2 BOLT, WHEEL (ROCKNEL FASTENER) 1.50 1.05
42200-S87-C52 4878984 002 2 BEARING ASSY., RR. HUB UNIT 106.40 74.48

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Old April 10th, 2009, 08:25 AM   #41
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I would also buy all 10 bolts instead of just extra's to make it 5 bolt

FRONT
90113-S84-901 28608 019 10 BOLT, WHEEL 1.12 0.78

REAR
90113-SM1-005 22398 033 10 BOLT, WHEEL (ROCKNEL FASTENER) 1.50 1.05

As far as drums as this being all you need, you might need to check because I have discs in the rear
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Old April 24th, 2009, 12:14 PM   #42
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Any of you guys know if we could use the 5gen Accord V6 parts for this conversion?
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Old June 16th, 2009, 07:25 PM   #43
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Can someone please post what parts are needed in order to do a Rear Disc Swap?

Everyone is posting how to do a 5 Lug Swap on Accord that already have rear disc but are 4 bolt. Mine are 4 bolt Rear Drum and I'm trying to figure out how to do the Complete conversion but I'm only really getting half the answers I need.

Thanks guys.
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Old June 16th, 2009, 07:26 PM   #44
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BTW, I have a '02 Accord Coupe, 4 cyl., 4 Bolt Pattern, Rear Drum, thanks.
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Old August 19th, 2009, 11:08 AM   #45
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I'm with KevinI. Need instructions to replace rear drum brakes with rear disc brakes on a 6th Gen I4 coupe. Thanks.
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Old October 28th, 2009, 02:54 PM   #46
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I'm with KevinI. Need instructions to replace rear drum brakes with rear disc brakes on a 6th Gen I4 coupe. Thanks.
Yeah same here. Info would be nice.
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Old March 11th, 2010, 01:26 PM   #47
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parts can be pulled from any year 6th gen av6? Or 01-02 go separate from 98-00?
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Old November 7th, 2010, 01:38 AM   #48
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yes its very possible,scoot to the salvage yard and snatch a rear disc set up from an I-4 ex. they came with rear disc and leather interior.
have fun but be advised,the 6th gen accord had a linked suspension in the rear unlike the accords before it. it shouldn't be too hard though.
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From looking at the 01 LX 4 and 01 LX 6 cyl schematics on Majestic Honda's parts site it seems that the bearings/clips are the exact same.

So after the hub/studs/rotors/pads/caliper assembly, what else would there be for the front? Nothing, right?

Will the brake lines from the 4 cyl be able to be mated with the v6 caliper hardware?
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Old May 4th, 2011, 05:49 PM   #50
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im doing this swap soon ,i just purchased 2 front knuckles complete,2 rear knuckles complete,the v6 front calipers,going to pick up new ball joints for front.but if you have 4 wheel disc already, the rear calipers,and e brake cables work fine. maybe if i do this soon i will post a how to with pics.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 12:37 PM   #51
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To do a 5 lug conversion on a 6th generation accord you only have to change your four lug hub to the 5 lug hub which is pressed in. buy the front V6 calipers from autozone as well as the front V6 rotors. replace your old brake hoses with new ones while your at it. The rear conversion is even easier IF you have rear disc brakes IF you dont your on your own. For the rear ALL you need to do is the replace the 4 lug rear bearing hub assembly with a five lug as well as the rotor and your done. everything else is identical to it V6 counterpart. Of course dont take my word for it call hondas part department and they will tell you the same thing. Hope this helps.
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Old June 27th, 2014, 03:30 PM   #52
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Hi guys....I'm new to this forum, so I'm planning to work on my 1999 accord LX 4cyc this weekend, I've purchased some oem rims at a bargain price. My question is as follows, will a 2000 prelude type base (the knuckle, hub assembly, rotors, studs, and ball joints) fit my car?

thanks in advance!
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Old April 8th, 2016, 04:52 PM   #53
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Wondering if I can take the wheel hubs off my wrecked 03 accord and put them on my 95 lx? I want the 5 lug but dont have the money to buy new gear right now, just bought a new engine so funds are tight. Probably a stupid question but worth asking. Thanks
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