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    If you are having problems with Magura brakes being noisy all the time........

    Always take the pads out and clean them up a little. Always. Even when it looks like the pads never come near the rotor while the wheel is spinning. Now that I have been able to ride 10 miles with my pack of loud crickets following me around I'm liking my brakes again.! Did I mention you should clean the pads up even if you are positive they aren't the problem?????


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    Quote Originally Posted by dm1333 View Post
    Always take the pads out and clean them up a little. Always. Even when it looks like the pads never come near the rotor while the wheel is spinning. Now that I have been able to ride 10 miles with my pack of loud crickets following me around I'm liking my brakes again.! Did I mention you should clean the pads up even if you are positive they aren't the problem?????

    Yep, that was the case with my older Magura pads. The new MT series doesn't seem to have that issue!

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