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99 Ranger Brake Diagram

I was wondering if anyone had the brake diagram for a 1999 Ford Ranger. I took the rotor off and the bolt that holds the brake assembly that holds the brake caliper in. If I can get a brake diagram I can point out the bolt. Any help would be appreciated!

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Anyone know the size of bolt that might be?

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You'll probably have to get it from a dealer, it's a brake caliper to spindle bolt, part no.N805163-S190
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i believe......they are 14mm bolts. maybe 12. course thread. maybe something like 14x60? i don't know for sure. but should be very close to that. if you can, get the bolts w/ the built in flange....flange bolts. just like stock.
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Where would be a good place to get these? I tried Schuck's and they don't have them? Would anyone else carry them? Thanks for all the help guys!
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Where would be a good place to get these? I tried Schuck's and they don't have them? Would anyone else carry them? Thanks for all the help guys!
A Ford dealer will definitely have them(or can get them), also Oreilly, advance, autozone.
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junkyard? ace hardware? any hardware store really should have something that'l work. oh...i highly suggest red locktite on those bolts too. i've had two back out on me, and so has my buddy austin.
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Yeah the replacements backed out and I thought I might have done something wrong. Will get the locktite as well. I'll work on it tommorow and see how it goes. Thanks again!
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RED locktite...and goober it on yo. tighten the snot out of them while your at it as well. they'll stay put.
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