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Old 10-06-2003, 10:42 AM
a2aa a2aa is offline
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I believe the rotors might be the culprit. The main reason I changed the pads in the first place was the sqealing at the rear wheels(with OEM pads). So, after changing ALL the pads, the rears still sqealed. I will "roughen"up the surface of the pads when I re-install them with new rotors. And maybe put a 45 degree on the edges as well to really avoid the noise. Thanks for all the input.

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