Here's another suggestion. Check the auto parts stores that borrow or rent tools to see if they have a "Chassis Ear". That is a set of six microphones, headphones, and a switch box. The newer model uses four of those microphones that are wireless. Be aware many mechanics have never heard of or seen this tool. You clip the microphones to various suspect points and move them around to zero in on the source of the noise.
Since you can hear the noise while standing still, I would expect to find caliper mounting bolts or slides that can be cleaned up and lubricated. Ford has a history of very poor caliper mounting designs, mostly on their trucks, but my impression is that hasn't been a problem for a number of years.
Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 AT 2:53 AM