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Old 12-30-2009, 06:18 PM   #1
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Need to do this for my Integra.
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Interesting.. id try it. I just did them on my integra, the traditional way. Wasn't very difficult anyways.

Integra dd ftw.
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interesting i helped a kid change out both axles on his integra. whole assembly were about 30 each.
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interesting i helped a kid change out both axles on his integra. whole assembly were about 30 each.
Yeah, the volume of replacement Honda axles keeps the price down. Unfortunately Honda axles are horseshit and need to be replaced every time hustler gives somebody a handjob, so it's a false economy.
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Integra dd ftw.

Integra dd FTL. I got a 98 GSR and am in the process of replacing it with a 92 miata. The very few miles I have put on the new miata have been far more enjoyable then anytime in the GSR.
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It looked like he was jerking off "The Hulk"

My period button doesn't work anymore, sweet
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It looked like he was jerking off "The Hulk"

My period button doesn't work anymore, sweet
Can still copy and paste someone elses. Then hit CTRL-V when you want to place a period.
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Or my less than 6 month old computer should not be taking a **** for no reason PERIOD
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Integra dd FTL. I got a 98 GSR and am in the process of replacing it with a 92 miata. The very few miles I have put on the new miata have been far more enjoyable then anytime in the GSR.
Interesting. I hated dding my miata. But my dd requires traveling through snow, and must be able to carry 2 passengers and 3 boards/gear for snowboarding.

Ive never had a car treat me as well as my 1k dollar beater integra, great mpg, good storage room, and plenty of fun to drive.

To each his own!
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