I recentlly changed the rotors and pads on the wifes car. Today I got a call from her about 35 minutes after she left to go to school. She was stuck on tghe side of the road with the left front caliper wrapped all the way around to the front of the rotor. I went to help her and saw that it had stretched the brake line but didnt wreck it. Long story short, these bolts are near impossible to find. I went to every parts house within a twenty mile radios, as well as three Dodge dealers. i was told I was not going to find the bolt anywhere, by every parts counter at every Dodge dealer. They all said the same thing, we will have to order it from the Dodge plant. It will take about 2-3 weeks. Well I leave to go to work this weekend so that wont work for me. I went and bought two bolts the same thread and pitch and went to a machine shop and had them machine the last 3/16 or so of thread off so that the bolt could thread into the caliper and rest in the dead hole. Only cost me 1.75 for the bolts and I slipped my man a five for his time. Now that I got the car home I checked every caliper bolt and they were all loose. When I changed pads I torqued the bolts back to spec, they all worked loose. I have now added locktight so this wont be a problem again, I suggest anyone who has changed pads, go check the caliper mounting bolts, and maybe even add some locktite.