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Justy rotors

Discussion in 'Subaru Sambar' started by Maximal, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. Maximal

    Maximal Member

    search turns up nothing, I know Justy brake pads fit Sambar but has anyone tried Justy front rotors? Justy rotors are going for $60 a pair wheras Sambar rotors are going for $100 a single rotor which is nuts for how small they are.
     
  2. Botl01

    Botl01 Member

    Maximal, take a look at this web site and compare the two rotors. Looks like the Justy is a little bigger but may still fit.

    http://www.jnbk-brakes.com/catalogue/cars/brake/475676/RN1523V

    Thanks to rkrenicki, I found this web site on his spreadsheet.
     
  3. Maximal

    Maximal Member

    Doesnt look like they'll work, G3X Justy have the same center diameter, extremely close thickness, etc but the outer diameter is 32mm smaller on Justy Rotors, too much of a risk. Guess itll be Sambar rotors in the end
     
  4. Ohkei Dohkei

    Ohkei Dohkei Member

    Yeah, brakes aren't where you want to cut corners...
     
  5. Botl01

    Botl01 Member

    Check out post #45 in the Subaru reference page/parts interchange thread.

    It listed this on rotors.

    “Front brake rotors - Wearever YH141258 - requires shaving about 1/8" off the diameter for proper fitment”

    Try this link;
    https://minitrucktalk.com/threads/subaru-sambar-specs-interchange-part-s.1845/page-3
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2019
  6. Maximal

    Maximal Member

    regarding this, ended up ordering from Yokohama motors. $128 USD for a pair of KS4 rotors and if you order some other stuff with them, the shipping cost is offset a fair amount. everywhere else theyre $200-$250 USD for a pair

    http://yokohamamotors.net/product910.html
     
  7. rkrenicki

    rkrenicki Member

    I bought 2 pairs of Sambar rotors from Yahoo Auctions Japan. They were about $60 a pair before fees and shipping, and since I used sea shipping along with a few other items.. shipping was quite reasonable. I believe it ended up being less than $90 a pair by the time they arrived after proxy buying fees and shipping.

    My first set I bought from Yokohama, but they tend to be somewhat expensive, charging 30-40% markups, and charging consumption tax on top of that even though international orders are exempt from it. The only real benefit to Yokohama is their speed.. if I need something very quickly and I do not care how much it is then I will use them, but if I can wait.. I would rather use the auctions or JapanParts.
     

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