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Old 03-08-2011, 06:59 AM
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Does anyone know how to stop the ft. disk brake pads from making noise by clicking back and forth orrocking back and forth?

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Does anyone know how to stop the ft. disk brake pads from making noise by clicking back and forth orrocking back and forth?
What are you working on ? there is supposed to be a clip/anti rattle clip or something that helps hold them in place are you missing something ?


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I have a 34 ford with wildwood disk fronts and they both rattle. there is a cotter pin in the middle, so i put one in each end and they still rattle till i touch the brake peddle.
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hi cole. do you know wher that anti rattle clip gos?
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I would contact the guy's here at wilwood . http://www.wilwood.com/ .click the link scroll down to the bottom of the page and contact a tech or one of the others.


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Thanks cole, i will try that. Hemi.
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Do you have this style brake pad on your set-up ?


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If you have under floor MC you need a residual pressure valve. If you don't that may be allowing the brake cylinders to retract and let the pads rattle. Just a thought.
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If you have under floor MC you need a residual pressure valve. If you don't that may be allowing the brake cylinders to retract and let the pads rattle. Just a thought.
AWWW this is true it could cause a problem.



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