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Front Caliper bolts etc
« on: 01 June 2021, 11:29:20 »

Morning!

Can anyone point me in the right direction for the following please?

Banjo bolts + washers
Caliper bracket to Hub bolts

 
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #1 on: 01 June 2021, 12:44:20 »

You'll find them at the front of your car, adjacent to the wheels, on both sides.

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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #2 on: 01 June 2021, 12:54:51 »

Technically, you'll also find them on the rear.

Try Bigg Red. Then probably be able to help with banjo and washers, but probably not the carrier to hub bolts.
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #3 on: 01 June 2021, 14:02:47 »

Technically, you'll also find them on the rear.

Try Bigg Red. Then probably be able to help with banjo and washers, but probably not the carrier to hub bolts.

Cheers, I sent them an email this morning so hopefully will get a response this week.  :y
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #4 on: 01 June 2021, 14:09:37 »

Just Google 10mm Banjo Bolt, they're available from all sorts of places for very little money.


I suspect the caliper bolts use a specific sized shank, and will probably be Vx only. A quick check with a digital caliper will confirm that.
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #5 on: 01 June 2021, 15:08:28 »

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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #6 on: 01 June 2021, 15:12:19 »

Looks about right for the bolts.

Why aren't you reusing them?
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« Reply #7 on: 01 June 2021, 15:59:15 »

Looks about right for the bolts.

Why aren't you reusing them?

This. Clean them up, re-thread lock and torque to spec. Also, if you're going to this much trouble, why not change the nipple too? Also make sure you have a nipple cover, it helps to stops them rusting in
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #8 on: 01 June 2021, 16:35:01 »

Looks about right for the bolts.

Why aren't you reusing them?

This. Clean them up, re-thread lock and torque to spec. Also, if you're going to this much trouble, why not change the nipple too? Also make sure you have a nipple cover, it helps to stops them rusting in

Well if it was that easy I wouldn't be asking the question  :D

Yep have replacement bleed nipples already for them  :y

The existing calipers are Brembo 18Z six pots that are going to be used elsewhere, the used pair of calipers I have been refurbishing to fit are missing the specified bolts  :y

It's all part of a long term plan  8)
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #9 on: 01 June 2021, 16:51:46 »

Details  ;D

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What do the Brembo calipers use to attach to the knuckle?
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Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« Reply #10 on: 01 June 2021, 19:06:58 »

Looks about right for the bolts.

Why aren't you reusing them?

This. Clean them up, re-thread lock and torque to spec. Also, if you're going to this much trouble, why not change the nipple too? Also make sure you have a nipple cover, it helps to stops them rusting in

Well if it was that easy I wouldn't be asking the question  :D

Yep have replacement bleed nipples already for them  :y

The existing calipers are Brembo 18Z six pots that are going to be used elsewhere, the used pair of calipers I have been refurbishing to fit are missing the specified bolts  :y

It's all part of a long term plan  8)

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