I was recently on vacation at Fort Stevens (Mouth of the Columbia River, in Oregon) and started to develope an odd clunk/grind/whistle noise from my front drivers side wheel well. Couldn't diagnose anything wrong. Took the wheel off the rig after backing my boat into the water and it making an awful noise. Come to find out, the upper bolt that secures the brake caliper was completly missing and the bottom one was about to come out! :fire: Had to go into town, thankfully my parents had their surburban there since they had to haul down the travel trailer, and couldn't get the bolt from a NAPA. Went over the the Ford dealership in Astoria, finnaly got one there, and some lock tight to boot. None-the-less, we REALLY looked like the white trash of the campground lol: I was glad to catch it when I did before the whole damn assembly came off. I checked the other side, they were fairly secure, but tightend them up for peace of mind. I had the rotors machined and installed new pads last January, and I know I put both of those bolts back in the assembly and made sure they were snug. Just wanted to see if this was common, or if anyone had ran into the similar problem. Might be a good thing to check for anyone that hasn't ever looked at the caliper assembly.