Fu(kn Slow & Low
Join Date: May 2003
Location: building cars for the enemy
Re: Brakes are squealin'.....
the discs could also be glazed, they might have an almost mirror finish to them thats why they squeek, get some really gritty sand paper and try to sand them to a dull finish on both sides of the disc but make sure you blow out the little filings or use brake cleaner, take of your calippers when doing this i dont know how good brake cleaner is for pads. you can also scrape your pads on some concrete to give it a more gritty feel.
White 1988 EA Fairmont Ghia ~ Gassed ~ EF camshaft ~ Lowered on super low king springs (not low enough) ~ 2.5inch cat back exhaust system with one muffler ~ Clear indicators ~ Simota POD filter ~ New head built for gas ~ 3.23 open wheeler diff ~ EF XR 16inch rims ~ pioneer deck and rear speakers ~ sony front speakers ~ kyb shocks
driving a 3 speed auto with no second gear!!!