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Rear brakes make noise & is leaving black dust on wheel,got brakes form hd dealer $45.00 2004 flht

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Some bikes have factory shims,between pad and caliper piston,If yours does not.go to auto parts store and ask for anti brake squeak ,for new pad install

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The black coating is definitely brake pad dust, and there are a number of commercially available wheel sealants / treatments that will help minimize the dust accumulation by coating/sealing the wheel surface, some with a Teflon-like additive. Check them out online or at your local auto supply

There are also physical shields, such as Kleen Wheels, that help control the problem: See: http://www.superiorcarcare.net/kleenwheeldu.html for more information on their product.

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