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Anti-squal shims for Pagids

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You may find that most of the squeal comes from the rear assuming you changed all four corners. If so use stocks in the rear. The Pagid web site says that many (but not all) sport pads come with anti-squeal shims.

If you are not tracking the car then why use the sport pads. If you are tracking the car then use the Pagid orange.

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Curious. What are the friction ratings? There should be 2 letters on the back of the pads, like FF.

I have used this stuff on other cars. It glues the pads to the pistons. Not sure if it will help given the nature of the pad material, as stated above. In fact, I don't think this product did anything on any car I used it on. They add a material to friction material to reduce noise. Graphite or something like that.

The shop manual says not to put stuff on the back of the pads. But I think it is grease.


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