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Old 01-29-2010, 02:09 PM   #1
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Default Stripped a Caliper Bracket Bolt -> Need help finding another.

I stripped a caliper bracket bolt on my car the other day.

Long story short, I need another one, but I can't seem to find them either at the dealership/auto store or online.

Anyone have a part number or a place I could go find one?
PS: it's not the caliper mounting bolt.
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Go to a fastener store or the dealer. Either one will have it. For the fastener store, bring the broken bolt and dimensions you need.
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That's a fairly good-sized bolt with coarse threads. How did you strip it?
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you talking about the front bracket to knuckle bolts? P/N should be 901130011

it's a M12x1.25 flanged bolt iirc
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Go to a fastener store or the dealer. Either one will have it. For the fastener store, bring the broken bolt and dimensions you need.
I already have a bolt for the same dimensions that I am using temporarily. The problem is that those bolts are usually not graded to hold up the caliper+usage.

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That's a fairly good-sized bolt with coarse threads. How did you strip it?
Well I was inspecting brake parts as part of the 60k maintenance, and 1. it was crazy rusted, and required me to use a breaker bar to get it off, and 2. the rotor was stuck to the hub, and I decided to use that bolt to try to make the rotor come off, and lo and behold the threads stripped when trying to take the hub off. Stupid me, I know. The other one worked though, oddly enough.

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you talking about the front bracket to knuckle bolts? P/N should be 901130011

it's a M12x1.25 flanged bolt iirc
Much thanks are given.

BTW where'd you find that number?
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