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  1. Problems & Solutions
    ——I’ve replaced—- -Caliper -Hose -Rotor -Pads -Hub with bearing -Brake Master Cylinder -All new brake fluid and fully bled It seems that it’s being pressed against the rear pad from what I can tell. One odd thing, if I loosen my rotor screws just a hair I’m able to spin it freely as if my...
  2. The 7th Generation
    Yes, I searched and searched. Do you know how many parts people call "splash guards"? Anyway, did the full t-rd approved brake service and BBQ paint on my brakes and found the rotor splash/dust guards (pic attached) were rusted through. There are 3 bolts holding them on, but after that it...
  3. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hello everyone, I'm looking to purchase Centric rotors and brake pads from the recommendations from the threads i've seen based off of durability and cost efficiency. I've never purchased my own parts before and wanted to confirm before I pulled the trigger. I have a 2014 Accord Sport. The...
  4. The 7th Generation
    Hey everyone after spending a few hours trying to get those stubborn rotor screws out I thought I would post how I got them out. First I tried the impact screwdriver and that got one out but stripped the others. So I went to get the grab it pro screw extractor from Home Depot which didn't...
  5. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    To do the Advics BBK you need a few things listed below. The result is giant 4 piston calipers and 324mm rotors. Cutting the rotor backing plate may not be necessary. You could bend it out of the way. Front left and right calipers from Acura RL 2005-2009 made by Advics. Acquire these from eBay...
  6. The 7th Generation
    I am not an aggressive braker at all, and drive fairly conservatively. My 2007 Sedan (V6) had terrible rotor warp on the original rears at 45k miles. I replaced them and the car braked like new, however at 58k the shudder returned and the replaced rear brakes (Wagner) are warped again! What is...
  7. Problems & Solutions
    Parts needed: 1. Large Phillips Screwdriver Bit 2. 9/16 Wrench 3. Wheel Lug 4. Adjustable Wrench Procedure: Hold the screwdriver bit in place on the screw and put the wrench on a wheel stud as pictured below. Tighten the lug down on the wrench so it applies pressure on the bit. Then use the...
  8. Problems & Solutions
    While attempting to replace front brake pads and rotor on my son's 1997 Accord, the hub came out with the hub puller. Unfortuneately the wheel bearings did not come out with the hub and remain in the housing. Does anyone know if it is posible (without significant pains) to reinstall the hub and...
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