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Brake rotors are an essential brake system component of any vehicle. Brake pads clamp onto these rotors or brake discs to apply friction and pressure to slow down the wheel or put your car to a complete stop. SubaruOnlineParts offers genuine OEM brake rotors for select Subaru models like the Baja, Outback, Legacy, and more.


Brake Rotor
Part Number: 26700AE04C
Options: Left, Right
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26700AE04A, 26700AE04B
Description: Disc brakes. Outback. Legacy. Baja. More Info
MSRP $113.28
$80.20
MSRP $113.28
$80.20
Brake Rotor
Part Number: 26700AG01B
Options: Left, Right
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26700AG01A
Description: Legacy/Outback. Solid disc. Without ventilated. With Outback. More Info
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
Brake Rotor
Part Number: 725431380
Options: Left, Right
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 725431150, 725431280, 725431301, 725431310, 725431311, 725431312
Description: Justy. DL models. More Info
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
Disc Brake Rotor Front
Part Number: 26300AL03A
Options: Front, Left, Right
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Description: Brake Disk.\ Genuine Subaru Brake Pads & Rotors\ \ Go wherever you want, and stop when you need to\ \ Why use Genuine Subaru Brake Pads... More Info
MSRP $117.50
$83.19
MSRP $117.50
$83.19
Disc Brake Rotor Front
Part Number: 26300FE070
Options: Left, Right, Front
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Description: 2.5L, brembo 4 piston. Impreza. With turbo. All. With sti model. With WRX STI, 2006-07. Brembo Brakes. With WRX STI, 2004-05. More Info
MSRP $433.77
$358.30
MSRP $433.77
$358.30
Disc Brake Rotor Front
Part Number: 26300SA001
Options: Left, Right, Front
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26300SA000
Description: The Subaru disc brake rotor (26300SA001) works hand-in-hand with your brake pads to provide stopping power and prevent your vehicle’s... More Info
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
Disc Brake Rotor Rear
Part Number: 25431GA180
Options: Left, Right, Rear
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 25431GA210
Description: All models. Loyale. XT coupe. Without xt6. 2wd. More Info
Notes: Does not include backing plate. More Notes
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
Disc Brake Rotor Rear
Part Number: 26700FE080
Options: Left, Right, Rear
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26310AA040, 26310AA050, 26310AA051, 26700FE010, 26700FE030
Description: Forester. 2wd, solid. 4wd, without turbo. Without vented disc. Legacy. Disc brakes, 2.5 xs, l.l. Bean, turbo XT. Impreza. Disc brakes,... More Info
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
Disc Brake Rotor Rear
Part Number: 26700FG010
Options: Left, Right, Rear
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Description: 12.5. 2.5L. WRX STI. Impreza. With turbo. Disc brakes, with sti. Manual Operated Parking Brake. Brembo Brakes. More Info
MSRP $409.96
$338.62
MSRP $409.96
$338.62
Disc Brake Rotor Rear
Part Number: 26710AC02A
Options: Left, Right, Rear
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26710AC020
Description: Awd, disc brakes. Legacy. More Info
MSRP $84.95
$60.14
MSRP $84.95
$60.14
Disc Brake Rotor Front
Part Number: 26300AE02C
Options: Left, Right, Front
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26300AE02A, 26300AE02B
Description: Outback, without Outback XT. Baja. With turbo. More Info
MSRP $105.00
$74.34
MSRP $105.00
$74.34
Disc Brake Rotor Front
Part Number: 26300AE091
Options: Front
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26300AE040, 26310AA021, 26310AA031, 26310AA032
Description: Early. Late. More Info
MSRP $84.95
$60.14
MSRP $84.95
$60.14
Disc Brake Rotor Front
Part Number: 26300AG01A
Options: Left, Right, Front
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Description: Disc brake rotors (26300AG01A) are crucial parts of the brake system of any car. Your car brake pads and calipers clamp onto the rotors... More Info
MSRP $84.95
$60.14
MSRP $84.95
$60.14
Rotor Rear
Part Number: 26700AE081
Options: Left, Right, Rear
Other Names: Brake Rotor, Disc Brake Rotor, Brake Disk Rear More Names
Replaces: 26700AE080
Description: Legacy/Outback. Vented disc. With ventilated. Without Outback. Impreza. Without sti. WRX. More Info
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
Rotor Front
Part Number: 725431390
Options: Left, Right, Front
Other Names: Brake Rotor, Disc Brake Rotor, Brake Disc F More Names
Replaces: 725431290, 725431321
Description: Justy. GL model. More Info
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
Rotor Front
Part Number: 25431GA171
Options: Left, Right, Front
Other Names: Brake Rotor, Disc Brake Rotor, Brake Disk F More Names
Replaces: 25431GA170, 25431GA200
Description: Loyale. XT coupe. Without xt6. Standard. To 04/1986. More Info
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
MSRP $79.95
$56.60
Rotor Plug
Part Number: 26642AE000
Options: Left, Right, Rear
Other Names: Parking Brake Inspection Plug, Disc Brake Rotor Bolt, Plug Brake Drum More Names
Description: Located on Rotor. Without hybrid. With brembo. More Info
MSRP $1.24
$0.73
MSRP $1.24
$0.73
Disc Brake Rotor Rear
Part Number: 26700CC000
Options: Left, Right
Other Names: Disc Brake Rotor More Names
Replaces: 26700AJ010
Description: With ventilated. BRZ. 16. Legacy/Outback. 2.5l. Without brembo, 16 brake. More Info
MSRP $89.95
$63.68
MSRP $89.95
$63.68

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Install Subaru Brake Rotors for a Safer Driving Experience

Brake rotors are an essential part of your vehicle’s brake system. The brake pads clamp down onto the rotors to apply friction and pressure to slow down or stop your car. There are numerous types of rotors, each having specific advantages. Drilled rotors are lighter and let water and heat escape through the holes to prevent brake fade. Slotted rotors disperse water and heat through the slots and keep them from getting onto its metal surface.

Most OEM brake rotors last around 30,000 to 50,000 miles, depending on how much braking you’re doing with your car. Even if these components have features that prevent deterioration, they are still prone to wear and tear. Faulty and warped rotors can start to rust and cause uneven brake pad wear or unresponsive braking. Also, if your rotors start to have blue coloration, missing chunks, cracks, or deep grooves, it is best to have them replaced immediately.

Shop Genuine Brake Rotors at SubaruOnlineParts

SubaruOnlineParts offers genuine OEM brake rotors for select Subaru models. Our online catalog includes a quality selection of disc brake rotors made from production-grade materials to ensure durability and reliability. Our rotors and other parts and accessories are 100% genuine Subaru OEM parts and sold for less than the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. We do not offer used or aftermarket products on our website. Find amazing deals on the best brake rotors only at SubaruOnlineParts.

Frequently Asked Questions About Subaru Oxygen Sensors

What does a car oxygen sensor do?

A car oxygen sensor or an O2 sensor is part of the exhaust system in cars. It measures the proportion of oxygen present in your engine to check its air-fuel ratio. These sensors are often found incorporated into the exhaust pipes of cars and located near the passenger side of the car. Cars can have one to four oxygen sensors, depending on their exhaust setup.

How do I know if my car’s oxygen sensor needs replacement?

Having a faulty car oxygen sensor can reduce its fuel efficiency by up to 40%. If your car is constantly failing emissions tests and has different performance issues like rough idling, stalling, and other similar complications, the oxygen sensor of your ride needs to be replaced right away.

How long should O2 sensors last?

The functional lifespan of oxygen sensors for cars varies due to numerous factors like their model and design. For instance, the sensors of older vehicles usually last from 30,000 to 50,000 miles, while newer models with an additional heated feature can last up to 100,000 miles.

Can I clean my car’s oxygen sensors?

Yes, you can clean these sensors. Cleaning your vehicle oxygen sensors requires specific cleaners to break down the accumulated grease and debris in the sensors without damaging them. Make sure to return it properly and take your car for a spin to test out if the sensors are working well after cleaning.

How to replace an oxygen sensor?

The first step you need to do when replacing these sensors is to locate them near the catalytic converter and remove them from its wiring harness. You can spray the area with penetrating oil to lubricate the site and make it easier for you to remove them from your exhaust pipe. Once you remove your old sensor, you can install the new one by screwing it tightly into place.