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Old 05-13-2013, 12:17 PM   #1
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Rubbing sound

When I am going at a slow cruising speed , and go to turn my brakes in the rear start rubbing against the rotor what can cause this . I'm lost on ideas checked caliper and checked wheel and made sure pads are aligned
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are your pads worn or mabye there to thin and they rub when u break and did u install it urself could be the piston aswell
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The piston is what I was starting to think , if It goes out ill just replace them all with the sve kit
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just upgrade the calipers and the rotors all aroundand us as break lines and you'll be set lol
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Right , what do you think is better slotted or drilled rotors

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What's do you think is better slotted or drilled rotors
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I bought a rear break hardware kit for the same reason, it came with the thin metal clips which were severely worn on mine. This helps to keep the pads aligned properly. It was a cheap $10 fix at autozone and they were actually in stock. It also comes with new bolts and boots if you need those.
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slotted drill has tendency to snap
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Right , what do you think is better slotted or drilled rotors

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What's do you think is better slotted or drilled rotors
Drilled rotors crack sometimes and make your brakes cry. I have drilled AND slotted rotors on mine. It has one tiny little crack and it screeches
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So slotted is the way to go then
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defiantly an it looks really cool lol if you get yelllow rotors with red calipers lol
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