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    just put axxis deluxe pads on the front and I'm

    getting lot of squeeling. I've got about 500 miles on them so far. Solution?


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    How did you bed them???

    Those are supposed to be very quiet.
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    I did a series of hard stops. The installer also

    added BG Quite. Still squeal at low speeds, but only when lightly applied.

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    Did he use the anti-squeal stuff on the backs

    of the pads??? This is must. The paste works better then the spray stuff.
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    That's what I hear too, but they installer said

    BG stuff is better. I'll take it back next week.

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    The squeel is caused by high freq vibrations

    The only thing that has ever worked for me is brake pad paste, such as Permatex high temp brake lube. Put a small amount on the backs of the pads and the "ears" where they contact the calipers. Bed the pads as you have done and squeel should be gone. The rubbery/goopy stuff has never worked for me. Need4Spd
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    antiseize will work as well.


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