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Make sure you don't use petroleum based grease on the pins as it makes the rubber boots swell over time and allows water and dust through. Use red rubber grease or silicon based.
Huzo, I use ACF50 corrosion block grease. One of the worst kept secrets of motorcycle maintenance. Waterproof, won't wash out, not petroleum based, doesn't affect rubber, plastic or paintwork. One tub should last a lifetime if you can get it in OZ.http://www.acf-50.co.uk/corrosion_block_grease.htm
I just replaced my rears at 24,000 miles . They were worn evenly, but 3/4 finished. I did not want the heat of worn pads to warp the rotors. Since I ride the bike in a "sporty" fashion and do not do much off road work, I find this totally acceptable. BTW, the fronts still look pretty thick. I check each oil change of 6,000 miles but they come out so easily, you could check more often.
I’ve been using this https://www.ecstuning.com/b-american-grease-stick-parts/syl-glide-silicone-brake-lubricant-compound-4oz-tube/bk-4~ags/
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