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Help! Interchangeable suspension parts for my 94 civic ex!!!

Discussion in '5th Generation Honda Civic (1992-1995)' started by A/T94HondaCivicExW/ABS, Oct 24, 2017.



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  1. A/T94HondaCivicExW/ABS

    A/T94HondaCivicExW/ABS New Member

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    I have an Automatic 1994 Honda Civic Ex and need to replace the passenger front spindle/knuckle. Honda no longer manufactures my factory part so i'm unable to just buy it new. So I went to my local pick N pull and found a manual transmission 95 civic ex and thought it would fit. Unfortunately it wont, the hub size is smaller than mine. I have a brand new hub and bearing for my car so i don't want to have to replace both sides just to swap in a different spindle/knuckle. Please help. What year, make, model vehicle has the exact same spindle/knuckle as my factory civic?????
     
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    boofoo Respected Registered VIP

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  3. Mr.Baker

    Mr.Baker Mr. Search Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    The 5th generation, 92-95, should all be the same.
    I've never heard of the '95 being different.
     


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