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Part clarification

I've managed to snap a steering knuckle to hub bolt. All the ones I can fine ie this one

Hub Knuckle Bolt - Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee and Grand Cherokee | eBay

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But looking at it looks what I'm after. Dealer wants 26 for one and unfortunately we don't have any m12 HT bolts at work which would have worked. If the one in the link is the one or someone can clarify that it is. Before I order one. Although for 4 still might be worth just getting one.

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Old 11-05-2012, 08:44 AM
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Re: Part clarification

Let me suggest rockauto.com to look up and find part numbers. From there you can do a google search to find it in your area if possible. If not, I believe RockAuto will ship overseas. I would like to help more but I do not have enough details on your WJ to help. What year, trim, and engine do you have?

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Re: Part clarification

It's a limited 4.7 2000
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Re: Part clarification

There are 3 bolts that hold the hub to the knuckle, couldn't you pull one of the others and take it to a hardware store to find a match?
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Re: Part clarification

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There are 3 bolts that hold the hub to the knuckle, couldn't you pull one of the others and take it to a hardware store to find a match?
Yes i could, but in an ideal world to use an original part would be preferable as i have normal bolt in its place at the minute and the head is just missing the CV boot. i think a HT allen bolt would be fine in the hole and would miss boot.

The only match would be an allen bolt, to replace it with, but i do know of a place, was one of the first places i rang when i snapped it, but they was closed on a Saturday.
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Re: Part clarification

Fastenall store in your area?
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I've managed to snap a steering knuckle to hub bolt. All the ones I can fine ie this one
See attached PDF - is it item # 12?

If so, the latest part # revision is 5012436AB (U.S. MSRP is $5.20 each).
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I think that's it, as always Milous is the best!
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