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post #1 of 5 Old 06-27-2019, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone. Changed out all four rotors recently. The front calipers are held in place with 2 bolts which require a 21mm socket for removal. It took a breaker bar with a 3 ft cheater pipe to remove the bolts. They appeared to be installed with permanent Locktite. Service manual I have recommends that they be replaced once removed.
Nissan dealership parts do not show nor list these bolts in their computer system.
Any ideas on where to purchase new bolts. They have to be torqued to 165 ft lbs.
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I reused the bolts and used blue loctite. I had to go to Nissan for a bolt in the past.
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I reused the bolts and used blue loctite. I had to go to Nissan for a bolt in the past.
I basically did the same thing. Used Blue Locktite and reused the bolts. Only concern the bolts being torqued twice now and eventually cracking. Nissan did not show the bolts in their parts listing. And I forgot to mic the diameter and measure the length before I reinstalled them.
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I am in Canada and contacted the dealership and the bolt was only $7.00
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Can you provide a part number?
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