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Old 01-06-2002, 04:38 PM   #1
BJamerican
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Default Too Many Rotors.. Not enough info

Does anybody happen to know what the part number is for the REAR rotors on a 1995 Legacy LS Sedan (AWD)? I've been searching on the internet, and have come across probably 3 or 4 different part numbers that different vendors claim are "Legacy rear rotors". None of these websites give enough specs as far as model year or trim.

This is very frustrating... I know subaruparts.com has excellent prices on most OEM rotors, so I kind of hate to go to my dealership and inquire about part numbers since they will probably charge $100 a rotor. I did send subaruparts.com an email, but from past experience, they are not very fast when it comes to responding. I need this part number ASAP.

Thanks in advance,
AJ
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Old 01-06-2002, 06:18 PM   #2
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BJamerican - If you can wait about 2 weeks, I'll be starting another GB for X-drilled or slotted rotors.
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