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New shoes on rear

I put new shoes on rear cleaned all dust out and truck still makes a squeak when driving when you step on brake noise stops i have 44000 miles on truck this is the first brake change

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If you didn't turn the drums or disk down the area wear the saftey tab on the brake pads are still touching it causing the noise

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Are you sure it was coming from the rear? check the backing plate, be sure it is not rubbing the drum.

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