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1 Difficult question big rep point available on 18th April 2016, 5:56 pm

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Ok when I took my rear calipers off one of the studs that hold the calipers onto the hub sheared. The calipers was knackered anyway so I got a new one off Bob but forgot I'm a stud short. I've been to a place near me called Bapp for bolts but they had nothing like. Does anyone know what thread size and length they are so I can get a replacement in fact if there the same as the front I will change them all if I can find them anywhere.

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Same as 200sx if i remember correct as pretty sure people have used them when getting longer studs as more easier to get ....


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Quite a few on there from 1 to full sets ....


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Mate it's the bolt that holds the calliper on not a wheel stud that snapped

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Or is my poxy I phone messing your link up

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Your spot on Johnny. Now I've found a bolt in my old roses tin of old bolts that's the right thread and on the top of it it reads YW 10.9 if that's any help

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Sorry darren i didnt read it properly was rushing on my way home .... duh


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Reading around it appears 10.9 might be the tensile steel strength but I could soooo easily be wrong

10 Re: Difficult question big rep point available on 18th April 2016, 7:41 pm

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I will have a look tomorrow to see if i have any for you but i think i put them back in the callipers when i sold them.


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11 Re: Difficult question big rep point available on 18th April 2016, 8:25 pm

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10.9 is the tensile strength mate, that will be fine for mounting the caliper

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12 Re: Difficult question big rep point available on 19th April 2016, 9:43 am

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Well what's the chances. Asked in the garage at work and their the same as the ones on a transit front so borrowed 8 and ill change them all

13 Re: Difficult question big rep point available on 19th April 2016, 7:27 pm

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What age transit

What did he confirm the size as please

14 Re: Difficult question big rep point available on 19th April 2016, 8:44 pm

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He didn't say what size it was just gave me 8. All our vans are new so 2015/2016 they must come with new bolts every time because he said they had lots left over

15 Re: Difficult question big rep point available on 19th April 2016, 8:46 pm

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Oh hand as a bonus the rear ones on the transit are smaller than the fronts but just found out by chance there the right size for the slider bolts on the calipers so that's all the bolts on the calipers changed now.

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