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Old 03-30-2012, 09:13 PM   #1
SuuBoo
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Default 06 WRX (w/ 2pot brake ) Rear spindle knuckle fitment to a 04 WRX

My Knuckle (Cast iron piece the bearing and hub are pressed into and the control arms attach too just to be clear ) was recently bent by a lovely little curb !
I changed the strut to only realize my wheel was still poking out to say" Hi! "

So I tore everything apart thinking it bent the actual hub the wheel mounts too, that was a no-go as well !
As a joke my friend pushed the wheel for HELLA SICK CAMBER Y000! and then we realized the Knuckle was the problem. ( With our mouths agape )


Ive spent some days searching and the only thing readily available to me is the SPINDLE KNUCKLE from a 06 WRX with the 4/2 pot upgrade.

My car is a 2004 WRX , now in theory I could simply remove this ( 06 ) back plate and replace it on the new set up with my 04 backing plate and be done with this no car purgatory I've made a nest in.

Flame suits on, lets start the party.
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Old 03-30-2012, 11:12 PM   #2
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The answer is YES , the part number ( for my specific needs ) 28419FE011 Drivers side rear knuckle
(only for the knuckle not including ;brake mounting plate , e-brake cable, bearings hub etc )
Fits 02-07, now obviously for the plates and other hardware I used this high speed new thing called my common sense which undoubtedly I've left in the room all day.

I hope this helps out the next unlucky owner who can magically bend cast iron!

I searched Pamsauto.com as a search site very wide selection and calling them cant hurt either.
What ended my search was LICMotorssports.com seeing as they already had the P/N listed on the specific part!

If you live in Kentucky your SOL on parts cars btw .
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