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Try sanding the pads with 150 to 200 grit sandpaper.
In short, squeaking brakes are caused by the sound of your pads sticking then slipping increadibly quickly, rather than applying presssure to your discs smoothly. Solution: Sometimes these problems can be a right pain in the butt. Sometimes your brakes need time to bed in, sometimes, as you know, your discs just need cleaning, or importantly, drying. But ...
You want an old man mountain Sherpa rack. It can be attached at the hub level and can be installed via hose clamps or fender mounts on rear seatstays. It is made to even accommodate most disc brake equipped bikes. http://www.oldmanmountain.com/
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