So the spindle looks ok, if it doesn't please let me know. I have another question: I've never replaced brakes in my life, but I found taking the brake apart (and putting it back together) to be very easy, so I'm considering doing them myself. My one concern are the bearings, many years ago she needed brakes and to save me money my brother did them, he's done brakes before (but mainly on Chevy pick-ups) anyways he did something wrong with the bearings, and I ended up having to go to a garage to have them completely redone. So how hard are the bearings to do? and is there some trick to them? I also have afew questions about the calipers: when I started to put things back together I couldn't get it on with both pads on, I had to push part of the caliper back in by putting it the on rotor with one pad and use a screw driver to push it back, I know that can't be the right way to do it, so what is? Next question: I knew enough not to let the caliper hang buy the hose and the only thing I could think of was to let it rest on the frame rail (see picture) is there a better way? Last question: when I was putting the screws back on it would move until the bolts were tight-there was no clear spot where it was supposed to be, how would I know?