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5 STUD CONVERSION - HOW TO - WITH LOTS OF PICS

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Yep, 2 passenger side cables. That worked.

It hasn't been a problem running without abs, but I do want to get it fitted on the inner cups.

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Rob at Racefab has mounted the sensor on the inner driveshaft cup and mounted the sensor off a bracket. He said it worked well but took a lot of work.


Pretty much what I said in my previous post.
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so i found someone wrecking an fto locally, i plan on using the front fto hubs for the rear. i just want to know what i am meant to be getting, do i only need the hub or should i be getting other parts aswell?

 

i plan on finding some magna hubs for the front later on, would it be worth getting any parts off the fto to make the magna hubs fit?

 

I have tj magna disks and brakes, would they fit on the fto hub, i know the stud pattern is the same but is there any reason they wouldnt fit?



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Hubs and knuckles are different. Hubs press(push/hammer) out of the knuckle, then you need puller and press to change bearings and races.
Going from what i read, the fto front hub fits the gsr rear.
I dunno if a fto knuckle is correct for evo3 front or if it accepts magna hub, brakes or discs.
you will prolly have to buy whole knuckle as not likely to split the hubs from a knuckle. You can compare parts then before you split the hub.
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hey guys . Anyone have he pics from this thread saved as they arent  popping up on my screen and am doing the same conversion . cheers



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Which ones do you need?

I still have the original ones somewhere from when I first posted this topic 


Edited by evo-gsr, 17 March 2022 - 06:21 AM.

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