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Hello all,
Got around to changing my right rear wheel bearing today on my Ph 1 twinny and thought I would grease the brake caliper at the same time as it has been squealing for a few weeks now. I was removing the brake carrier assembly (that the caliper mounts to) and I have sheared the bottom bolt, it was rusted in there solid. I am left with a stud that refuses to come out, have tried the locknut method but no good - what next? I don't know if Alfa sell these separately? Any tips appreciated.
 

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Try drilling it Murs, if no success get a 2nd hand hub, i have two spare bare hubs and caliper bolts if you are interested? Be sure the new Bolts are copperslipped before installing as the previous fella clearly didn't bother and you are reaping the consequences!
 

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I'll give the drill a go tomorrow EauRouge and see how I get on, thanks....nothing is ever simple! lol
 
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