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Originally Posted by Benny
Ask a mechanic to give your calipers a good clean, and tell them to put some copper slip on the rear too.
This - for some reason - seems to stop squeaky brakes. It could be that a build up of brake dust is causing the caliper rails to "gum up" and not fully release, so your pads are still touching the disc.
Worked a treat on mine
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