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post #1 of 4 Old 11-15-2013, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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So I'm going about changing the rear brakes on a company 2005 f350 dually. Well it's sitting in the rim with no bolts in it, just the rim holding it. I buy a new caliper and bolts only to find out the holes don't line up for the bracket because the ears that hold the caliper on are bent. Now I need to know what that part is called? It sits behind the rotor and looks like it bolts to the back of it, is it part of the rotor? Sorry my first dually.


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So I'm going about changing the rear brakes on a company 2005 f350 dually. Well it's sitting in the rim with no bolts in it, just the rim holding it. I buy a new caliper and bolts only to find out the holes don't line up for the bracket because the ears that hold the caliper on are bent. Now I need to know what that part is called? It sits behind the rotor and looks like it bolts to the back of it, is it part of the rotor? Sorry my first dually.
The part you are describing sounds like the caliper bracket.

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Its brand new, I need the bracket that holds the caliper bracket on. Its located behind the emergency brake plate. I tried to post a picture but it said something about message needed to be approved by a mod.


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