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Where can I find the cheapest replacement M-2300-T front left caliper? I stripped the threads out of one of the bleeder screws on my mother******* driver's side one.

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Here is the installation manual with the individual part numbers.

http://fordperformanceracingparts.co...htM-2300-T.pdf

The part number that you are looking for is DR3V-2B119-EB but a quick search on the part came up empty.


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I found them for $320 a piece online, $400 locally. This is an expensive lesson learned. When it happened, it was literally the last bleeder, I was about to put the wheels back on... It broke loose and I was like, "nooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!"
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Yikes!!!!

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Where can I find the cheapest replacement M-2300-T front left caliper? I stripped the threads out of one of the bleeder screws on my mother******* driver's side one.
Do you have enough space to tap a larger hole and put a thread insert, or just a larger bleeder screw? I've seen people do it.
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Yeah, I'd just drill it, tap it and put in a bigger bleeder.

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Might as well try drilling and tapping. You have nothing to lose.

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Google "bleeder screw repair kit"
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