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I finally got my '96 Cobra up on the hoist Friday. It looks great, really clean, with only 55k miles on it. She has BBk off road H pipe with the O2 sensor bypass, flowmaster mufflers which sounds great. I added a pair of hub centric spacers to fill out the rear wheel wells. My car came with '07 mustang premium wheels/tires when I bought it and the offset was way off! When I get around to it, I'll post pics. It is one of 158 Black/Tan convertibles in 1996. I'm kinda liking that. Thanks for listening to me boast. Now, please help me understand these cobra calipers. With wheels off and looking over the pads, why do the front calipers move when you grab them? The mounts seem un-broken and proper the way it is designed, but, the brakes squeek constantly when driving down the street. The rotors are practically new and there is a lot of pad left (metalic pads). That is very irritating to me. I can't be sure if I'm getting looks because of the exhaust note, great car looks or that annoying break squeek.