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If a rim is buckkeled can it cause vibration that the caliper bolts slip out

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By buckled if you mean bent it can cause prmature were on the shocks and other parts. and can be dangerouis. If this was not what you ment i would put BLUE locktight on the threads and reinstall them DO NOT use red locktight-use BLUE this will alow the bolts to enher to the bracket without backing out. That is untial you want them to come out! i hope this helps....p.s. make sure theses are the correct bolts

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