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Brake Noise Hey guy's My 99 750's rear brake started making a funky noise yesterday..When I brake it sounds like when a tractor trailer stops and you can hear the brake pads.. Any ideas? Suggestions? Should I just use my feet to stop?

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My rear brake squeals too. not worried. I only use it on hills.

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