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Squeaking sound from the front tire

What would cause a squeaking sound from the front tire on a new Kawasaki Eliminator?

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    changing front brake pads

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    has new battery.

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It's sounds like the brakes, Someone might have used the front brake really hard. try spraying the front caliper with a water hose to wash the brake dust from between the pads and the rotor. If that don't work pull the caliper off and see if the pads are glazed over. If they are you can take some fine sand paper and rough them up a little bit.

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