Parking brake cable for a Ford (?) rear axel

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  1. Haasman

    Haasman Member

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    Trying to figure out what part do I need to attach the brake cables to the rear axel.

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    I was told that the axel is from a '62 Ford.
     

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  2. coilover

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    Get rid of the factory cross shaft and put a modern cable with an equalizer set up. We do this on every S10 conversion.
     
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    A F..D ?
     
  5. Haasman

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    what is A F..D ?
     
  6. booger

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    Don’t usually say that word here , but it is F o r D
     
  7. Haasman

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    LOL got it. I'll be careful. :)
     
  8. Haasman

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    Still wondering if I do keep the factory cross shaft where I should look for emergency brake cables?
     

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