FRONT BRAKES This only happens at 0-15 mph to make it stop I put slight pressure on the brake lever. PADS ARE GOOD AND i CANT SEEM TO FIND ANYTHING LOOSE.
bike did sit in the rain for a couple of days and not ridden for a few weeks. this started after it sat. 97 GSXR 750
The pin is softer metal than the brake pads. So as the pads slide they wear a groove in the pins. The pads could clunk as they pass over the groove. But I would also torque the bolts holding the caliper to the forks.
Ok I thought I would give my opinion. I don't know what you ride but last year I had a friend help my change my brake pads on my 95 zx6r while were drinking and wasting time in the shop. He started on the front and I did the back and the other front by the time he did the one. upon road testing I noticed a thunking noise coming from the front. I found that it was caused by him bending the pad alignment spring. the little piece of thin metal that holds the pads in place. moral of the story don't have your drunk friend help you work on your bike!