Subaru Legacy Brake Pad Thickness

Subaru Legacy Brake Pad Thickness. Those are the ball park thicknesses. Find subaru legacy 3.6r limited brake rotor and pad combos and get free shipping on orders over $99 at summit racing!

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These brake pads are sure to keep your wheels clean and your ride smooth while still offering great bite and a low wear profile. Thickness = thickness of brake pad friction material only. So in theory it should pass inspection until it fails subaru standards.

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How much are legacy brake pads? My 2016 front rotor 23.5mm, rear rotor 9.6mm.do i need replace rotor?what is minimum front rear rotors? Those are the ball park thicknesses.

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Your state may vary however the va annual inspection manual states 2/32” is the minimum acceptable. Wear and tear rotors are designed with a specific thickness. Increasing the performance of your vehicles braking system is easy when you choose hawk performances hps braking compound.

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These brake pads are sure to keep your wheels clean and your ride smooth while still offering great bite and a low wear profile. Same with the rotors, as they wear down heat resistance is reduced and pads and rotors get hot quicker. The plates were on the order of 1/2 cm thick.

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Check out free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing while you are in store. Unless you had your rotors machined, chances are you aren't even close to the wear limit which by the way is 22mm for the fronts (factory comes with 24mm btw) and 8.5mm in the rear (factory is 10mm). After sanding a little bit, check your fit.

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Turned out that the pads are 6 and 7mm thick (i am measuring only the braking part of the pad, not including the metal). I'm not exactly sure, but i recently replaced my brake pads for the first time and the new pads were thicker than i initially expected. Front pad thickness standard (new?) / minimum (wear limit):