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The banjo bolt is the bolt that is attach-es the brake hose tothe master cylinder endand the caliper end. I believe it is called this because if you look at it with one eye closed and the other almost closed they kinda look like banjos. Or itmay be the instrument a bolt plays at a square dance. I'll let you choose
 

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Sometimes when a Banjo leaves quickly it's called a bolt. I've never seen a banjo bolt but I've seen a rubber band.
 

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Speedbird wrote:
I guess this applies to the clutch master cylinder as well??



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Roger that Speedbird.
 

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Goldwinger is correct:cool: Its called a banjo bolt because the part of the brake line you put on the caliper/master cylander is called a banjo fitting, because if you look at it, it sort of looks like a banjo, so the bolt that goes threw it is called a banjo bolt:cool:
 

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Sometimes there are two banjos held on by one bolt for some dual front disc setups. Dualing banjos. De De De De De De De De De
 
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