How to Remove a Banjo Brake Bolt?

Answer A banjo brake bolt is used to connect a brake line to a brake caliper. The bolt has a cross-drilled hole going through the side of it and a hole drilled through the length of the threads. The banjo... Read More »

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What is a banjo bolt?

Banjo bolts are a key part of many hydraulic systems. They have been a standard part of gasoline and oil systems for a long time. You probably have one or two in your car.StructureBanjo bolts look ... Read More »

How to Make a Banjo Bolt?

A banjo bolt is a hollow bolt with a hole located by the bolt head. When used with a line fitting, a banjo bolt will carry fluid from a line, such as a brake line, into a casing designed to hold th... Read More »

How to Seal a Banjo Bolt?

Automobile mechanics and service technicians use banjo bolts in braking systems. The banjo bolt --- also referred to as the "brake hose banjo fitting bolt" --- allows brake fluid to pass from the ... Read More »

Fitting a Replacement Banjo Bolt?

Bolts come in a multitude of shapes and sizes, from those designed to permanently attach elements to those designed to allow fluid transfer between parts. Banjo bolts are of the latter type and are... Read More »