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Old 05-24-2015, 07:45 PM   #1
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Need a bit of help regarding brakes

So today I was changing 2 broken lug nut studs and when I was rapping everything up and tightening everything down, I over tightened the "tension spring bolt", reason it's in quotes is because I don't know the real name, I just know it's purpose is to soften the cars breaking with the spring. So I over tightened the bolt and it broke off, could someone please tell me where I could find this bolt by itself, I heard going through ford them self would bring on a charge of an entirely new caliper which I do not need, I just want to know the name of the bolt and where I can buy it, thanks! P.s. I've checked autozone, Oreilly, and AM and no one seems to have it. Click image for larger version

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Junk yard will be your best bet man.


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Is that to the brake caliper? Junk Yard or local Ford dealer
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Agreed. Pick and pull

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Look at what I found for you man.

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