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Old 07-13-2019, 01:27 PM   #1
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Default Sourcing caliper bracket bolts?

Anyone know where I can order a couple of caliper bracket bolts online? Also anyone know if they happen to be the same as any other makes/models to facilitate searching? Thanks!
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Default Re: Sourcing caliper bracket bolts?

You did not identify anything about your vehicle, year/make/model, however;
Amazon for a 2001 Saturn SL2 is $7.19 for a set of 2:

https://www.amazon.com/Wagner-H5046-...001+Saturn+SL2

EDIT: sorry these are caliper bolts, NOT the bracket bolts.
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Default Re: Sourcing caliper bracket bolts?

As mentioned, caliper bolts are the ones for the caliper to slide on hence the long unthreaded portion. Caliper frame bolts are larger diameter grade 10.9(?), available online from two places or locally. You must know diameter, thread pitch and length, all mm dimensions. The amazon add (down the page) also has a set including the frame bols but you'd have to check dimensions against yours.

https://www.belmetric.com/

https://www.boltdepot.com/Metric_tap...m_x_1.5mm.aspx
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They didn't change '91-'02 for any model.

2 per bracket, roughly $5 each. 21011110
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Default Re: Sourcing caliper bracket bolts?

Look on the head of the bolts on the other side for no marking, 8.8, 9.8, 10.9 and then go to a big ACE hardware store and buy 2 of the correct diameter, thread pitch and length. Those bolts are probably 9.8 grade. You will get both for about $5.00total. These bolts do nothing other than hold the bracket in place.
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Old 07-16-2019, 09:03 PM   #6
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Default Re: Sourcing caliper bracket bolts?

I removed mine recently. I.'m pretty sure they are M10.9 or M12.9 hardness.
I would also consider them critical, since support entire caliper assy.
On other hand, they work in shear...

Could also shop McMaster-Carr Supply.....

But Fetch got the link to Wholesale GM, which is OEM !
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