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Old 04-03-2009, 10:19 AM   #1
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91 civic hb shocks / springs on 93 civic hb??

I looked through the forum and couldn't find this question, apologies if it has been answered elsewhere.

Will a set of aftermarket shocks / springs from a 91 civic hb fit / work on a 93 civic hb??

Any info is appreciated, thanks!
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no, they are different. They are similar, but different. mostly the shocks I think
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front shocks are smaller in diameter and shorter in length. you'll need to use the shock forks from the front to make them work. valving and spring rate may not be optimal for the slightly heavier eg.
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thanks for posting, responses appreciated!
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they will work on eg. but not vise versa
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