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Not really....but when you change the pads use the EBC Greenstuf ever since I fitted them mine dont squeak

You do have the AP big 304mm brakes right?
 

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The the pads can be removed and cleaned of dust and put back with copper slip on the non-friction side of the pads. This may help.
 

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I'd agree with Chris :broon:
... 'and don't lubricate them '



... this phrase is sooo old, the beard has growed
up to 17 kms meanwhile ;) :getcoat:
 

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The the pads can be removed and cleaned of dust and put back with copper slip on the non-friction side of the pads. This may help.
Had mine cleaned up by techspeed a few weeks back...they still squeal.....its only when I first pull away tho, they don't do it once I hacve been going a while

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Paul wouldnt have a clue (i dont think). he's got no interest in cars either
I don't mind having a look at your breaks for you one weekend, a bit of copper grease usually fixes the problem. I could get both of the front wheels done in about an hour if you supply the tea!

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Sooo pleased i'm not the only one with squeaky brake syndrome... Tends to clear up once there is a bit of heat in them though.

Squeak til I get out of the village on the way to work, then magically clears up.
 
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