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Besides washing the mags all the time, the only other solution I'm aware of is to install ceramic brake pads. They cost more, but u don't have the brake dust problem to deal with. countrycurt0

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Of course, without hearing the noise for myself, I can't EXACTLY determine the nature of it, but this is the first place I would look. Please let me know if you need any further assistance! :) -Jason

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