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So my one of my 4 piston brembo brakes got damaged where the banjo bolt goes into, the thread is stripped or too shallow that it won’t catch the bolt or seal it correctly. So now it squirts oil when I step on the brakes.

Is this fixable? Does anybody know how I can fix the threading or what I can do?
 

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Are you certain the threads on the caliper are the problem? If so, you could try a tap or thread chaser to get the bolt to start, but replacing the caliper may be the best bet if threads are too badly damaged.

I would closet inspect the bolt to make certain it was not the problem. I’m not saying that’s more likely, only that it is certainly easier to replace that bolt than it is the caliper, so why not rule it out first...
 

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Can we see a picture? It really depends how damaged it is. A visual would help
Shouldn’t we be willing to help him out regardless of what he looks like??

Although, now that I think about it, you’re probably right, we’re better off adopting a “NO uggos on ChallengerTalk!” policy for new members.

:LOL::ROFLMAO::LOL::ROFLMAO:
 

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He's a Marine...he looks fine ;)

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Hey now..... One can’t presume that because he’s a Marine that he’s good looking. Remember this guy? LOL!



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Hey now..... One can’t presume that because he’s a Marine that he’s good looking. Remember this guy? LOL!



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looks fine to me! 😬
 
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