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Old 09-15-2021, 04:08 PM   #1
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Need a new banjo bolt for the front caliper on a 96 4x4, 2-pot calipers. Anyone know the part number or know the dimensions? CN didnt have a listing. not shocking.
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Old 09-16-2021, 01:35 AM   #2
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Most big box parts stores carry bleeder bolts. Maybe they carry banjo bolts. You may have to make a junkyard run.
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probably too late, but.. 46356-50Y0A
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omg, thanks man. i dunno why i couldnt find that. Im replacing the front calipers and hoses since they are archaic and the hoses didnt come with banjo bolts. its a lot more work to try and get the hose attached at both ends with fluid just running everywhere. With this, i can mount up everything, bolt on the caliper and all, and hten just do the hose at the hardline attachment real quick. so much better this way....even if it is 20 bucks for a friggin bolt.
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