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Thread: rkrenicki's 2010 SH9 Forester X Limited - 2024-03-02 Brakes Part One!

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    Front brakes are finally in! I have a different set of rears on hand, but I need different hoses to actually install them.
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    These things are massive. The old rotors were no slouches either, they were found on many of the 2000s WRXes, including the 4-pots.
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    They look pretty good, even with my corroded winter wheels.
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    Nicely done. Those Power Stop calipers look like the same ones, well powdercoated and whatnot, that I put on my Miata.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98legwag View Post
    Nicely done. Those Power Stop calipers look like the same ones, well powdercoated and whatnot, that I put on my Miata.
    Indeed, that is why I bought them, not because they were red, but because they seemed to have a high quality powder coat. I am pretty bummed that the PowerStop rears both had malformed threads, but at least I have some other coated calipers that will do the job.

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