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Cant find the bolt size for rear calipers bracket and knuckle for a 2002 hyundai sante fe

A bolt was stripped wen we took of the rotor ans now I cant find the bolt size to replace it

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    they said I have to have the size.

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    Call the dealer and tell them what you need and they will give you apricend they can give you the bolt size to,they are not that much,call and ask for parts,also ask for the part number.See my silver nissan,at times i HAVE TO GO THRU DEALER TO GET PART,SOMETIMES IT'S CHEAPER AT DEALER CAUSE THERES NO SHIPPING FEE.

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