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I've got an incredibly annoying front end passenger side chirping sound when I go over bumps slowly. I'm pretty sure its not the upper arm shafts, cause they're well lubed, and it's not the spring perches, cause they make a completely different annoying sound. The squeak goes away when I apply the brakes, so I figure it's them. Disk pads are good, and it's not the sqealing associated with worn pads anyway.

Could this be caused by the back of the pads rubbing the piston faces? I've never used any of that disk brake lube stuff, but saw some in the parts store today and thought it might work. Your thoughts?

Thanks, Kurt

'67 cpe, daily driver
 
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That's exactly what brake quiet is for... I try to sell some whenever I sell brake pads /forums/images/icons/wink.gif. They make a synthetic version of the stuff for about a dollar more that lasts longer too.

John

[color:blue]'68 Coupe
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