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This is a discussion on brake question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Are the rotors on the '03 WRX the floating design? Do they come off by just removing the castle nut?...

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    brake question

    Are the rotors on the '03 WRX the floating design? Do they come off by just removing the castle nut?

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    Once you get the calipers off the hub, the rotors aren't attached with anything! The just pop off with a little coaxing.
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    lil coaxing

    so the rotors are not held on by anything after the wheel and caliper are off?

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    Correct.
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    yea yeaaaaaaaa *lil jon face*

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