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Fiat 500 USA Forum - Fiat 500 Chassis, Wheels, Brakes and Suspension http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ Talk about upgrading your chassis, wheels, brakes and suspension here. Visit our affiliate Sponsor en Sun, 17 Jan 2021 13:06:23 GMT vBulletin 30 http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/images/misc/rss.png Fiat 500 USA Forum - Fiat 500 Chassis, Wheels, Brakes and Suspension http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ Brake Rotors and Pads for 500 Abarth? http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?37577-Brake-Rotors-and-Pads-for-500-Abarth&goto=newpost Sun, 17 Jan 2021 05:29:43 GMT I recently purchased a used 500 Abarth and its brakes pads and rotors are on their way out (both front and rear). In my search to find replacement...
I recently purchased a used 500 Abarth and its brakes pads and rotors are on their way out (both front and rear). In my search to find replacement parts, I'm finding it difficult to specify "Abarth" brakes. Are pads and rotors for other 500 models still suitable for Abarths or does the Abarth have different ones? Also, what's the best place to look for 500 (Abarth) brakes? And on top of that, would it be worth it to find better aftermarket rotors and pads instead of OEM ones? Just for average everyday use, nothing fancy. I would assume not but I figured I'd ask in case the stock pads and rotors aren't worth it. Lastly, what would be the price range for both front and rear pads and rotors?

Thank you to anyone who reads this!
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Uniball Installing Help http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?37573-Uniball-Installing-Help&goto=newpost Fri, 15 Jan 2021 23:24:47 GMT Can anyone tell me on installing Uniballs on a Fiat 500 Sport which side of the swing arm does the flange go on or does it matter? Second question is...
Can anyone tell me on installing Uniballs on a Fiat 500 Sport which side of the swing arm does the flange go on or does it matter? Second question is how tight should the press fit be? I'm miking it to be .014" tight. I would think .002" to .004" would be plenty. I get on the web and there are pictures of the flange being on either side. Thanks.
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Suspension Help http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?37524-Suspension-Help&goto=newpost Sun, 03 Jan 2021 13:48:56 GMT Hello, recently purchased this 2012 Abarth to flat tow behind our motor home. While the stance is aggressive it is very harsh driving down the road....
Hello, recently purchased this 2012 Abarth to flat tow behind our motor home. While the stance is aggressive it is very harsh driving down the road. I am looking for suggestions as to what springs/shocks to use to not only soften the ride but also to raise the car about an inch ignorer to give me a bit more peace of mind while towing.


Thanks in advance

Armando
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