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it all depends on quality work as many said. Brake pads slide in between two thin metal slides that usually you are supposed to replace with the new pads. They come with the pads, which makes it more obvious to change them. Lubrication i key for better performance and noise issues. Just a little dab of anti-seize (copper recommended) in the contact points and you are good to go. Also as raspberry said, the guide pins could use new lube too. If you know how to change wheels, this should be an easy job. Once you see it, you'll understand how a brake works.
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