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Personally I’d throw the EBC in the trash and get the Lyndall Golds. Much better pads, no noise and won’t eat your rotors.

that being said, what is the background on the bike/you? Have you had it for a while? Have you changed pads before? How long has the dragging been going on for? Did it always drag or only after the tire change (or pad change). Why did you only change one side? The calipers should be independent, of course, but always should replace in pairs.
 
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New pads aren’t perfectly even, take a ride to bed the pads in and see if that cures the issue. Make sure the caliper floats smoothly side to side on its guide pins before the ride.
Or just throw the EBC in the trash and get Lyndall Golds. Great pads and no break in needed.
 
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