Question about 2005 Subaru Outback
Replacing Subaru Baja brake rotors What do you have to do to replace the old rotors?
Only the part that prevents you from removing the rotor needs to be removed. On the inboard side of this piece there are two bolts-one on top, one on bottom. Remove them and the part that is in the way will come off. Then the rotor is free. Those two bolts can be tough to remove if you are lying on the ground (no leverage). If they won't come off you will need to heat them to cherry red with acetylene or MAPP gas first. Propane will not get them hot enough. Don't burn the brake hoses or gas lines!
Posted on May 27, 2009
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