Thanks Cobraboy, pin is definitely loose in the Calliper. The pads are Greenstuff pads I fitted 5 or six years ago and they have been great, no squeal at all and brake well.
Seems worse on passenger side but present on drivers side too.
How do I fix it?
Took a video but no idea how to post it.
Basically the pads are moving up and down on the two pins they travel along and making the clonk noise, they have the anti rattle plate in etc. Any ideas? Will try and post the video somehow.
Pretty pointless post but any suggestions welcome.
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