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Old 03-16-2013, 03:03 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by rondocap View Post
I have a bottle of those - I didn't use it because someone said they tend to melt and get really sticky to the calipers.

I has used the spray can of wurth's anti squeal
Ok, but trying the same thing repeatedly and expecting something different to happen can be an exercise in futility. In this situation, it seems that a product that was really sticky might help, correct? I use that type of anti-sqeal everytime I change my pads (about every 6 months due to heavy track use) without any ill effects.
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