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Jessica Alba.. mmmmmm....
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Whenever I am cruising SLOWLY (like 5mph), and I press on the brakes normally, there is this LOUD rubbing sound coming from the front of the car. If I let off, the sound automatically goes away. Anyone want to throw out some guesses as to what it is? I have aftermarket 18" wheels with wheel spacers of the front. I am also debating putting the stocker wheels back on just to see if I can replicate the sound.



edit: think I figured it out. Old brake pads. yay me.
 

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Have you checked the brake pads maybe they are low. How much did you space the wheels out, they could be rubbing the outside fenders when youre braking. Try using it again slowly applying only the parking brake and see if it occurs.
 

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bushings?
I have a bushing sound that occurs only when braking.
Hopefully fix that next month.
 

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I guess no one noticed he edited the post to say he found the problem - before anyone replied!!!

Yay you!!
 

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