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laguna ii caliper carrier bolt size&pitch

As subject states I'm after the length and pitch(thread) of the 18mm bolts that hold the caliper carrier in place. Mine are completely rustet fast and are getting worn &rounded after first try, so I'm guessing I'm going to have to replace them. Just don't want to be stuck once they're off.

Also Haynes manual states that 36mm hub nut needs to be replaced no matter what when changing discs...is that really necessary?

Googled this to death this morning....
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Is it just the head of the pin that's rusty, could you file the heads down to accept a 17mm socket.
Would think they are Main Agent only, ( safety reasons, tensile strength of the pin). You might only take these pins out every 5 years.
Mr Haynes would be covering himself, with the statement, about new hub nut.
Would it not be the same if fitting a clutch, and drive shaft nut is removed.
Have you heard of many replacing this, with a new one..
Not putting nothing in writing, but you work it out

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Is it just the head of the pin that's rusty, could you file the heads down to accept a 17mm socket.
Would think they are Main Agent only, ( safety reasons, tensile strength of the pin). You might only take these pins out every 5 years.
Mr Haynes would be covering himself, with the statement, about new hub nut.
Would it not be the same if fitting a clutch, and drive shaft nut is removed.
Have you heard of many replacing this, with a new one..
Not putting nothing in writing, but you work it out
I'm not putting anything in writing, But, I have about 3 new hub nuts in my drawer. Notts area if you're close & want one FOC.
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Where about in Notts, LOL

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Re: laguna ii caliper carrier bolt size&pitch

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Where about in Notts, LOL
You've already visited.
Which makes me surprised that the three nuts are still in the drawer
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