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New LTD Max Rear Brake Issue

A friend purchased 2018 Ltd Max and the rear brakes sound horrible stopping at 7 to 0 mph. Hard stop or not.
I just want to know if this a common problem ?
Loud high pitched noise.

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A friend purchased 2018 Ltd Max and the rear brakes sound horrible stopping at 7 to 0 mph. Hard stop or not.

I just want to know if this a common problem ?

Loud high pitched noise.



Thanks in advance


Our 2016 did that for about the first 600 miles.
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Been off and on issue from 2011. Try chamfering the pads .
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I hear you Ace but I have never heard of this issue before. I will try the usual tricks.
Do you till have your sxs or the wicked quad ?

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Lol sxs and two quads . Lots of people have switch to aftermarket pads to stop the squealing.
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Yes, the nosie is a problem on my 2014 Commander max, change brake pads, still had the noise, jacked it up and just burnt the brake pad in and the noise stopped. It's terrible Can Am would sell something like this.
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