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06-28-2009 07:59 PM
brake bolts

hey you did not mention how far the bolts are sticking out. but if the old pads were wore out and you installed new ones I belive the bolts will stick out a little and as the brakes wear they move back in, just double check your work and make sure you have the right pads and that the pins are seated right. good luck.
06-27-2009 02:12 PM
79 malibu front caliper INSTALLATION help

ok everything is done, are the two allen-head caliper mounting bolts supposed slide into the last position they were before removal or be left sticking out after installation? how do i slide em back in, btw they are tightened already. thankssss

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