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  1. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    Yes, a post that might get some attention :-) What I really mean by this is did the CRV ever offer a rear torque bias where it could overpower the front wheels? Reason I ask, my 08 Element can step out the rear end if you give throttle while in say a parking lot with snow. My 06 CRV EX-L auto...
  2. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    I pull apart the brakes on my 05 CRV LX every spring to clean and lubricate the slide pins, pad retainers and contact surfaces between the pads. Last year I had a very difficult time removing the front lower slide pins from the caliper mounting brackets. The pins were corroded so I went ahead...
  3. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    The service manual specifies to use Honda Silicone Grease (08C30-B0234M) on the caliper slide pins. However, this stuff is about $50 a tube and not widely available. Are there any good alternatives? I've read that only silicone grease should be used because it's compatible with the rubber...
  4. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    Today in NY it snowed a bit, not big deal but it hasn't snowed at all in NY and I finally got to test out the V in the white stuff. It was pretty slippery as the snow was wet and a bit Icy, however, I found an auxiliary parking lot which was empty and smooth and had a little fun umm I mean...
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