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Old 07-03-2022, 07:14 PM   #141
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Here is a full list of the parts.

Note the front shield change is not needed and you can just cut the rear shield, which saves disassembling other things too.
I've just done this swap in the past few weeks. I used the oem rear dust shields which wasn't too much effort, I didn't like the idea of cut tin around the brake hoses.
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I used the oem rear dust shields which wasn't too much effort
Nice. So pretty much undo the big nut, undo the 4 bolts behind the knuckle, and pull the hub out? Is the park brake cable just a matter of wiggling the right way to get it out of the old shield and into the new one?
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Nice. So pretty much undo the big nut, undo the 4 bolts behind the knuckle, and pull the hub out? Is the park brake cable just a matter of wiggling the right way to get it out of the old shield and into the new one?
That's it. The dust shield integrates the parking brake assembly so it is necessary to pull it apart, however I marked the pieces with a coloured pen and it was relatively easy to re-assemble.

When I undid the 4 bolts the hub just fell away, for those that live in corrosive environments the job might be a pain if the hub is rusted on.
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Diagrams and Part Numbers are now available.

Front Brake Brembo: http://parts.subaru.com/a/Subaru_201...10-262-03.html

Rear Brake 17inch:
http://parts.subaru.com/a/Subaru_201...10-263-03.html

I'm not too much of technician so would anyone be able to chime in on how one would be able to swap the stock brakes to this setup (I'm sure a couple of people are curious)?

Does anyone know the difference between the repair kits?
There are two repair kits listed for the front brakes on that page above:
26297CA001 costs $36.07
26297CA010 costs $142.63


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I am going to get mine powder-coated to a different color, so I need a repair kit for each caliper. Whats worse, I went to the parts department, and asked them what the difference was, they said "they have no idea". -_-
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Does anyone know the difference between the repair kits?
There are two repair kits listed for the front brakes on that page above:
26297CA001 costs $36.07
26297CA010 costs $142.63


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I am going to get mine powder-coated to a different color, so I need a repair kit for each caliper. Whats worse, I went to the parts department, and asked them what the difference was, they said "they have no idea". -_-
The expensive one is for Brembo calipers. The cheap one is for the standard non-Brembo ones.

The parts diagrams can be confusing. Even the diagrams that have Brembo brakes in the title still includes both options in the parts listings.
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Does anyone know the difference between the repair kits?
There are two repair kits listed for the front brakes on that page above:
26297CA001 costs $36.07
26297CA010 costs $142.63


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I am going to get mine powder-coated to a different color, so I need a repair kit for each caliper. Whats worse, I went to the parts department, and asked them what the difference was, they said "they have no idea". -_-
I find that the parts descriptions on subarusource.com are more detailed than any other place I've looked. Prices are pretty good also.
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