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Well, the tech at the dealer took my truck for a test drive and heard the same thing, took the rear brakes off couldn't find anything wrong, put it back together and now the squeaking is gone...
He told me that these are semi metalic pads and there may have been a small piece of metal hitting the disc at just the right spot to make the noise.
Hope this lasts,
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