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Old 12-14-2004, 09:32 PM
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squeaky brakes

Coupla months ago i put new pads on my brakes. i bought the tube of goo to put on the pads to keep them from squealing but took it back. hmmmm, now i get a major squeal---especially when it's dry out.

how do i put the goo on there with the pads on? or do i have to remove them again?
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Unfortunately. you have to pull the pads - that anti-squeal compound goes on the back plates of the pads.

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Unfortunately. you have to pull the pads - that anti-squeal compound goes on the back plates of the pads.

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i was afraid of that. although, their not to bad to work on. it's jacking up and busting lug nuts is what get's me....

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The goo normally helps keep the pads from rattling. If you do a search on the site you will find that many people have gone to a ceramic mix pad or similar. They cost a little more but they don't squeek.
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