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Old 02-06-2007, 12:27   #1 (permalink)
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Front Caliper bolt issues! 95 Mustang, Help!

Changed out the rear brakes and calipers, and the front left one, but upon popping off the front right tire I found that the 2 bolts which mount the caliper are stripped. 1 needed a hex screw which is pretty much rounded out and the other is an odd bolt, which seems to have notches in it. If I could figure out what tool would be used for this I would be able to take it off, but I'm clueless as to what it would be.

It's similar to a hex bolt, except each side has a notch in it. If anyone knows what tool to use, please let me know, other wise, I'm semi ****ed as my pads are in dire need of a change!

Oh, 95 Mustang, V6, all stock brakes if that makes a difference.
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Old 02-06-2007, 19:43   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Front Caliper bolt issues! 95 Mustang, Help!

This bolt says 13mm Socket You have torx, star and hex. Could be a slotted hex from the way you describe it. Picture of a slotted hex

As far as a tool, I do not know of one that will get it from the slotted side. Hex socket will go around the bottom part.
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