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Specify this caliper part number

Can anyone tell me the depth, threading and head on this screw? Mine has deteroated over time and I cannot remove the spring plate. It appears the PO used anti-squeel compound and it has gathered behind the plate preventing the piston from moving the pad.

Better yet, if anyone has a few they are willing to part with, please let me know.

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Part number 18 is what I am looking for. Sorry for the vague-ness (that even a word??
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ok this has been driving me nuts, what does BUMP mean? Back Up My Post?
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It's just a term for 'bumping' a thread to the top of the list, so everybody will see it, it's not an acronym for anything.
I'll check my PET in the morning for a part number, my laptop is dead right now.

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well, technically it IS morning, although it is 1:30AM =)
I checked it out, and it's called a repair kit, spring plate
part number 951/928.351.959.00
that's all it says about it, hope it helps =)
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