What size are GM caliper bolts?
The overall length of these slide bolts is 4-3/8". The underhead length is 3-3/8". The thread on the bolts is 7/16-20 (US fine). via
What size is the brake caliper mounting bolt?
Brake Caliper Bracket Bolt | 14963 | Brake Caliper Bracket Bolts M14 x 2 x 40mm | Dorman Products. via
How do you loosen rear caliper bolts? (video)
Are all brake caliper bolts the same size?
The ones that hold the caliper on are the same size. You may have those confused with the caliper bracket, which is a different size. I usually keep the top caliper bolt in and just swing the caliper up. They have different part numbers and manual states different sizes... via
What size are MTB brake caliper bolts?
Size ： M6 * 18mm，6 pieces. Weight ：6g (single). Screw head diameter: 6 mm. via
Which way do you loosen caliper bracket bolts?
Basically, (at least on the passenger side) you should be pushing the ratchet down and away from you (towards the rear of the car if you're facing the rear) to loosen the caliper bolts. via
How do you loosen caliper pins? (video)
How do you remove a caliper slide pin? (video)
Do you need to torque caliper bolts?
As for the caliper, it's also good technique to use a torque wrench. The main reason is so you don't over-tighten then, which might strip out the housing the bolt goes into, or ruin the mounting bolt in the first place. via
Can you over tighten brake calipers? (video)
What do red brake calipers mean?
Red brake calipers are often associated with exotic cars, high-end wheels and rims, or expensive brakes. Companies like Brembo provide this option because it speaks of higher value and more care and consideration. The brake pads and mechanisms contained within operate the same as any other color. via
Should brake calipers be replaced in pairs?
For vehicles with disc brakes mounted on only the front wheels and tires, replace the calipers in pairs. If one side is damaged, then replace the calipers on both sides. If only one caliper is replaced, you may experience brake imbalance between the front wheels and tires. via
How do you change a brake caliper bolt? (video)
What is a caliper slide pin?
The floating section is bolted to two pins called slide pins (lavender color in the picture). These pins are greased and allow for proper alignment of the caliper to the brake rotor and still allow for the movement needed under normal driving. via
What size are brake disc bolts?
8mm x 24mm x 16mm Brake Disc Allen Bolts with Shoulder
Thread: 8mm. Thread length: 24mm including 6mm shoulder. Shoulder outer diameter: 10mm. via
Should you use Loctite on brake caliper bolts?
You can use blue on the bolts that hold the brake caliper bracket. Don't use red on anything unless you have impact tools that can take it off if you need to do any other repairs. I have replaced my rotors 3 times and have never needed to use loctite on the brake caliper bracket. via
Should you grease caliper pins? (video)
Can I use lithium grease on brake calipers?
White lithium is a low-temperature grease that can be used to lubricate drum brake hardware and backing plates, but lacks the heat-resistance for front disc brake applications. So this type of grease is not the best choice for general brake work. via
How tight should caliper guide pins be?
Over torquing the caliper guide pin bolts: Caliper guide pin bolts typically need a 13mm wrench to remove. It is a rookie mistake to go nuts on these bolts and break the heads off. Typically these bolts require only 25- to 35-ft/lbs of torque. Be gentle! via
Can caliper pins make noise?
On investigation,found that this noise is because of the caliper slider pins,which either wear out or need re-greasing. via
How tight should brakes be?
The clearest giveaway that something is wrong with your brakes is if the brake lever is too tight or too loose. If the lever touches the handlebars, the brake cable is too loose. If you can barely squeeze it at all, the cable is too tight. Ideally, the brake lever should squeeze 3-4cm before becoming difficult. via
Are rotor set screws necessary?
Set screws are put on during manufacture to keep the disc in place on the assembly line. However, once the car rolls off the line, they are completely useless. Just to be clear, the set screw is on the brake disc to hold it in place. Only while the caliper is off and before surface rust bonds the two components anyway. via