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Brake Rotors and Pads for 2005 3.0R Spec B

Postby specb_liberty » Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:56 pm

Hello, I am having some bad brake shudder at freeway speed when braking hard which I can feel through only the steering wheel. I am looking at getting some new rotors and pads all around on a budget. Would these RDA Rotors be any good also is auto parts shop a good place to buy from?
https://goo.gl/zL00EP
https://goo.gl/AQ3atc
I am looking at putting in some Bendix General CT pads also, are the rear pads 111mm or 108mm in length as they have both listed on supercheap auto.
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Re: Brake Rotors and Pads for 2005 3.0R Spec B

Postby BillyCorgi » Fri Mar 03, 2017 4:36 pm

Gen4 Spec-B brake rotors are 316mm dia x 30mm thick ventilated fronts and 290mm dia x 18mm thick ventilated rears.
Neither of the brake rotors posted are suitable.

The brake pads are DB1722 fronts and DB1379 rears
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Re: Brake Rotors and Pads for 2005 3.0R Spec B

Postby specb_liberty » Sat Mar 04, 2017 8:01 am

Thanks for that, so these front rotors would be good? Also is Australian disc brakes a good brand?
https://goo.gl/8DsAsq
One other question is that sparesbox says that the DB1803 brakes are for the rear and the DB1379 won't fit or is their website wrong?
https://goo.gl/JYPPt4
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Re: Brake Rotors and Pads for 2005 3.0R Spec B

Postby BillyCorgi » Sat Mar 04, 2017 11:19 am

specb_liberty wrote:Thanks for that, so these front rotors would be good? Also is Australian disc brakes a good brand?
https://goo.gl/8DsAsq
These would fit. How good they are and how long they would last, I cannot say?
One other question is that sparesbox says that the DB1803 brakes are for the rear and the DB1379 won't fit or is their website wrong?
https://goo.gl/JYPPt4
Only way to tell is to reomve your rear brake pads and compare them.
I never frankly trust any website for spare parts.

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Re: Brake Rotors and Pads for 2005 3.0R Spec B

Postby craig_ » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:23 am

Corgi is correct.

The DB1803 is for the Gen V liberty and SH forester either vented or non vented rotor.
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