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Re: [St] Brake Calipers
- Subject: Re: [St] Brake Calipers
- From: "marc Ve" <daytona955.marc@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 7 Jun 2008 09:12:07 +0200
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after a few toots anything is possible!
I think its the pad material, it starts as a wine as you apply presure, like
a jet engine, and drops ptch as you squeeze harder.
not a "screech", more like a whistle.
another few thousan kms and I'l try another type of pad.
anyone keen to start abrake pad thread?
On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 11:15 AM, Frederic NIZERY <
> I hate to say that but is there any possibility that you put the pads the
> way around, that is the steel in contact with the rotor?
> Don't laugh. I saw it once on a truck. It was squealing for sure.
> what is dis stuff?
> my ferodo pads sqeal something fearful - love to know how to cure
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