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Volvo V70 Rear Brake Rotor Noise

I've done many brake jobs on my cars over the years and just tried the first one on my 2002 Volvo V70 (non-turbo 2WD).
I'm having trouble aligning the rear rotors so they don't rub agains the dust guard or the parking brake shoes. I adjuste the parking brake to the least amount of tension to get optimal space for my rotor installation. I keep having to loosen the one screw that holds the rotor in place in order to get a better alignment of the rotor - why is this? Is it because I am using aftermarket rotors or am I doing something wrong?

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Must be the after market rotors not a normal problem and do not adjust park brakes to tight at all ,some rubbing noise is normal

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