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E brake cable
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Well folks I'm down to needing one cable to wrap up my new brake system. Does anyone know where I can have the middle cable( the one that connects the two rear brakes) I need one 107 1/4 inches long. Right stuff said they could have me one made but would take 3-4 months. What kinda BS is that?
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Don could probably loan you a cable off of one of his cars until you can find one! Big Grin



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OLE PONY;28355 Wrote:Don could probably loan you a cable off of one of his cars until you can find one! Big Grin

The problem is it is not the stock length due to the aftermarket rear disc I installed.
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Tnfastbk;28356 Wrote:
OLE PONY;28355 Wrote:Don could probably loan you a cable off of one of his cars until you can find one! Big Grin

The problem is it is not the stock length due to the aftermarket rear disc I installed.
Maybe this outfit. www.madisonpowersystems.com I never used them so I know nothing about them. Chuck

Or these guys. www.madisonpowersystems.com
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c9zx;28366 Wrote:
Tnfastbk;28356 Wrote:
OLE PONY;28355 Wrote:Don could probably loan you a cable off of one of his cars until you can find one! Big Grin

The problem is it is not the stock length due to the aftermarket rear disc I installed.
Maybe this outfit. www.madisonpowersystems.com I never used them so I know nothing about them. Chuck

Or these guys. www.madisonpowersystems.com

thanks
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Just an update folks, Today I stopped by a little local shop and they made me one on the spot for $18.32. Some of you may have heard of the "LOKAR" http://www.lokar.com/ The owners son Kevin told me if it did not work just bring it back and we would figure something out. Took it to the garage and checked the end in the bracket it goes into, PERFECT FIT Thank You LOKAR and KEVIN
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Wow, that's really cool!

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Tnfastbk;28557 Wrote:Just an update folks, Today I stopped by a little local shop and they made me one on the spot for $18.32. Some of you may have heard of the "LOKAR" http://www.lokar.com/ The owners son Kevin told me if it did not work just bring it back and we would figure something out. Took it to the garage and checked the end in the bracket it goes into, PERFECT FIT Thank You LOKAR and KEVIN

Sounds like great good fortune for you. I'm glad one more problem is solved.
Chuck
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