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what are the front caliper bracket sizes and the spindle nut size for a 2002 4wd 1500 ram? i'm trying to replace wheel bearing. thanks
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i meant to say front caliper bracket bolt sizes
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For the spindle nuts, you can rent a set at Autozone, or Advanced. Put it on a credit card, and they credit the full price back when you return them. Unless you really need a set because you use them alot, might be the cheapest option.
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