ok so i have a mk4 1.8t jetta and i swapped the breaks about 2 weeks ago. i bought new oem rotors (not the cheap ones the good german ones) and i ordered a set of stop tech break pads online because no one carries them in town that i could find. so everything came in, swapped it all in and changed my break fluid at the same time. as i was driving around noticed a rubbing sound coming from the front passenger side. not a grind or a squeal just a rub like if you would just take the pad in your hand and slide it across the rotor. Its not a consistent sound either it only rubs on a little more than a quarter of the rotor as it turns. it looks like its rubs around where that little philips locking screw holds the rotor on. i thought it just needed breaking in so ive been driving on them for a little over 2 weeks now and the sound is still there. the wheel that its happening on also creates alot more break dust. like a noticeable amount more. ive swapped the rotors thinking it was a warped rotor and its still there. i also re greased the sliders on the calipers thinking that was the problem but again still the same noise. anyone know what else i could check? There's no problem with breaking performance its just super annoying to hear that constant sound as i drive.