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Old 07-08-2014, 10:48 PM   #1
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Does anybody know the ford part number for the banjo bolt that goes to the brake line and calibur?
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Does anybody know the ford part number for the banjo bolt that goes to the brake line and calibur?

http://www.fordparts.com/Commerce/Ca...o=F-150#Search

Got to page 3 of 6, click on brake caliper that applies, not sure if you have the 51MM or 54MM type and I'm assuming its the front not the rear.

These have all the exact ford part #'s for what you will need.
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Thank you I appreciate the help. Was changing the brake line and the bolt snapped in half I got lucky that I was able to remove it with no problems
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Thank you I appreciate the help. Was changing the brake line and the bolt snapped in half I got lucky that I was able to remove it with no problems
You are one lucky s-o-b... haha, glad to hear it worked out!
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Tell me about it just sucks that my truck is down though
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