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I put on the shims over the weekend and used all the lube you gave me. It worked fine till today and on the very slow brakinging situations (like dropping my son off at school) it started to squeel again???? My pads and rotors are new all the way around. Do I need to take them off and put more goo on the shims?? or what?

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Do I need to try and remove the stuff I already put on them? Also my rear shim package came with 2 sets of shimms..I only installed one set. I dont think I would have enough room to install both.

Can I get this at the local auto store on the way home?

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Should I use the 2nd set as well then? Also what is the easiest way to compress the pistons at home with limited tools? I used a screwdriver last time and it worked OK but I am scared it will slip and tear something.
 

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no wonder there wasnt very much......
 

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Sound Performance said:
Im sure the problem is the homemade lube that Dan and Curt manufacture.
463supra said:
no wonder there wasnt very much.
Yeah, Curt and I ran dry. We need more lube-making media. Send all porn pictures to [email protected]... :wackit:
 

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I didnt use any of the permatic antisieze stuff..I didnt even find any of it...I ended up getting more of the anti squeel lube (this time it was blue) and used all of that and also installed the other set of rear shims... so far so good.
 

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ive never had a complaint with them yet:) and will continue to use them for these odds and end s stuff :)
 
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