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Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic del Sol, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan
#488 of 513 Recommend vendor?
May 20, 2008 (7:33 am)
Where do you guys buy your Honda parts/accessories, aside from the dealer?
I'm looking to get some door guards for my son's '08 LX sedan, and am looking for a reputable vendor w/good prices.
#489 of 513 Putting on door guards...
May 20, 2008 (7:39 am)
Oh, and when I get the door guards, is installation as simple as tap them on with a rubber mallet, or ?
#490 of 513 Man, you guys are S-L-O-W! :-)
May 20, 2008 (1:17 pm)
Itchy fingers, couldn't wait, ordered from Manchester Motorsports.
Four door guards: $55
Trunk cargo net: $32
Trunk cargo tray: $87.50
Looked like good prices
#492 of 513 Re: Sheepskin seat covers [schwindt]
May 30, 2008 (11:17 am)
As another member has posted, make sure that the seat covers are certified to work with side airbags inside the seats. Otherwise you will cover them up.
#493 of 513 Re: Recommend vendor? [redflea]
May 30, 2008 (1:16 pm)
One of the best places to buy accessories for your Honda is Handa-Accessories. They combine Honda and Acura parts and accessories. Here is the link:
They have one of the best combinations of great prices and reasonable shipping.
#494 of 513 Scuff Plates
Aug 17, 2008 (6:51 am)
Just wondering if anyone has seen door sill scuff plates for a 2006 Civic Ex. I found some for sedans, but none for the coupes.
#495 of 513 Re: Scuff Plates [droman]
Aug 18, 2008 (10:43 am)
I have been looking for door sills for my 2007 Si coupe and have yet to find a supplier. According to College Hills Honda podcasts (pretty good source of information), the Australian company that makes after-market sills for the Civic sedans doesn't make a version for the coupe because the Civic coupe is not available in Australia. The sedan sills are too wide to fit the coupe sills. I have seen aluminum door sills (check www.yospeed.com), but they are currently out of stock. In e-mail exchange, I was told they plan to have more next month. I'll let you know... In the meantime, I'd appreciate hearing from other searchers. It is hard to believe that with all the Civic after-market suppliers, there apparently any after-market suppliers for the coupes.
#496 of 513 Re: Scuff Plates [daddydave]
Aug 19, 2008 (6:07 am)
Thanks so much for your quick reply. Let's hope we find something soon!
#497 of 513 Re: changing engines [gabriel123]
Sep 13, 2008 (4:05 am)
Ive had engines replaced many times, honda are cheap engines from a pick an pull yard Around $150 for the block and labor can be any where from around 10 hours to what ever they want, now if you know sombody who works at there own place on vehicles or if you know sombody who will fix it at your house then its going to be cheap. I had one put in an 88 civic hatchback, from a yard, engine and laybor was atotal of $500.or another way is a crate motor from japan,, they have 30,000 miles on them.Useing a crate motor is like buying a brand new motor it can be any where from about $1800 to $3800, depends on motor, then laybor on top. i would say it could Be any ware from $800 to $2500 used motor. and at least $3000 for a crate job