HELP with part number!

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Anyone know how to find what part number / bolt this actually is?

Was not paying attention to torque and over tightened and one snapped so need a new one... its the black hex bolt that say “WTF 8.8“ on them for the rear tire carrier- circled in red below

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No part #

It's a Metric class Grade 8.8 bolt which is equal to SAE Grade 5 bolt strength.

Just take one of the others that you did not break to a Fastenal store or other such store that sell hardware and buy another. Dealer parts guy will have also.
 
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No part #

It's a Metric class Grade 8.8 bolt which is equal to SAE Grade 5 bolt strength.

Just take one of the others that you did not break to a Fastenal store or other such store that sell hardware and buy another. Dealer parts guy will have also.
Dealer opens at 7:30 AM so that will be my first stop.
 

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I think the part number for the bolts holding the tires carrier is 6512642AA. Doubt many shops will have them on hand but always worth checking since most places charge a crazy amount for shipping.
 

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I think the part number for the bolts holding the tires carrier is 6512642AA. Doubt many shops will have them on hand but always worth checking since most places charge a crazy amount for shipping.
Can confirm, this is the number. Local dealers to me do not stock them. Cost 2-3 dollars.
 

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