So we took our boat out today and as we we're backing down the ramp we noticed a noise so we looked under the boat trailer where it came from and our brake caliper is hanging on the bottom of the disc swinging and hitting the axle as the trailer moves. Two weeks ago we lost a bolt on the caliper and it locked the brakes up but we got a replacement and put threadlocker on it but it seemed to have just come off.. and as we backed the trailer down the ramp, the breaks locked and I guess it broke the other bolt clean off, causing the caliper to hang.. So... how should I go about removing this bolt. It is broken inside the thread, it is completely flush with the piece it is mounted into.. I will get pictures up tomorrow in the daytime.. Also our dealer replaced the whole axle two years ago under warranty and gave us a 2 year warranty for the new one. When they put the new one on they did not use thread-locker on any of the brake caliper bolts, Isn't that something that should have been done? Also what could have caused a bolt to come out during transportation? Thanks for any help..