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Brakes ,in front, act like the brakes are rubbing metal to metal but not all tyhe time....check the brake padsd and they are good

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What you may be thinking is metal is just hard pads,,,or even dry pads? try striping the barkes out and putting a thin smear of "copper grease" on the back's of the brake pads before you refit them,,,,the copper grease stops the pads from screeming when you push the brake's down,,,,only put grease on the backs of the pads dont get any grease on the brake pad fronts!!!

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