Actually you may have to yank the wheel...
Some rotors don't have quite enough clearance inside the "hat" area, which can make the inner edge of the rotor scrub.
This seems to be agravated some if the hubs have been changed. Some if not all after market hubs have slightly thicker mounting flange which moves the shield toward the rotor.
If you futz with pushing on the shields and they still scrub then pull the wheel and check near the hub mounting bolts. You'll see right away if it's been ribing there. That means need to sculpt the shields a bit with a hammer and maybe an dull punch or chissel. (You don't want to cut the metal, just shape it.)
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