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HAND BREAK: I have adjusted the breaks and cleaned the drum and have 6.5mm on the shoes on the landrover 2005 D3 and reduced the noice when stopped that screechie sound, is there anything else I can adjust the eliminate altogether?

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Use COPPERSLIP,(anti squeel gease)on the back of the pads.

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