Hello to all, I'm new to the forum and have a doosie of a question. I've inherited a one owner 1996 1500 2wd LT Suburban. 193,000 miles and it runs like a dream. While driving it yesterday I heard a pop while braking and then a grinding on the passenger side front while driving. At first I thought I just broke a pad. I slowly (35mph) drove to my workshop and proceeded to take off the wheel. I found that the bearing had been fried and it got hot enough to weld the spindle bolt to the spindle shaft. So after removing the knuckle/spindle I found a cheap replacement for $40. I put the new spindle on and now the brake caliper won't bolt back in. I seems that there is two different sizes of caliper bolts for suburbans? Does anyone know the size of the bolt? If I knew the size of the bolt in the calipers I could just drill and tap the holes in the knuckle. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. I searched all over the internet looking for the size of the bolt but no luck. I can't even find any place that sells different calipers for a 1996 suburban.