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I had the same problem.

I took the rotor off, sealed around each rivet with black high temp rtv silicone.
Problem solved.

Of course the rotor no longer "floats"

But it works just fine.
 

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If it's the front rotors, I wouldn't silicone them.

The only reason I siliconed the back was I really don't use the back brake much anyway. but I couldn't stand that damn rattling anymore.


I rely mostly on the front, and if there supposed to float, I want them to float.
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