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      09-05-2017, 01:58 AM   #1
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Banjo bolt crush washers orientation for brake calipers?

Hello,

Does anyone know whether the "flat" or the "rounded" end of the copper crush washers are placed against the banjo fitting for the brake calipers?

So either,
1) Rounded side against the banjo & flat side against the screw head and caliper
Or
2) Flat side against the banjo & rounded side against the screw head and caliper

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Does anyone know whether the "flat" or the "rounded" end of the copper crush washers are placed against the banjo fitting for the brake calipers?
You have two washers and the convex side goes up.
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"Up" means against the banjo bolt head and the caliper?
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"Up" means against the banjo bolt head and the caliper?
"Up" means towards the head of the bolt since that is what you are bolting "down"
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