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Anyone know a rear pad replacement P/N that will not squeak like the original. I've had enough. JOHN
 

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Take the pads out and apply some brake squeak stop ( not sure of the actual name of it ). It is found in any auto parts store. Most of the squeak that you are probably hearing is pad vibrating against the brake piston. :bigthumbsup:
 

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Been there and done that.....Sad but true. The pads have got to go. I just don't want to end up with the same thing. JOHN
 
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I had the squealing problem also and removed the pads, sprayed on the stop squeal and re-installed while tacky. No problem since. While I was in the auto parts store I did notice another product which is sprayed on the rotors etc... It claims to fill in imperfections in the braking surface which can causes squeals....
 

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I had the squealing problem also and removed the pads, sprayed on the stop squeal and re-installed while tacky. No problem since. While I was in the auto parts store I did notice another product which is sprayed on the rotors etc... It claims to fill in imperfections in the braking surface which can causes squeals....
yes spray something on your rotors then you can't stop :yikes:
 

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yes spray something on your rotors then you can't stop :yikes:
Hey, we didn't buy 109's to stop.. we bouth em to go :evil: :joke:

I used some of the standard everyday blue goo anti-squeel that I use on my cars and haven't heard a squel since.... make sure to leave it dry first....
 
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