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Re: Hand Brake cable routing
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Thanks, that does put another piece of the puzzle together. My problem now is that when I route the cable that came off of the car originally, I have too much cable when putting it back on. I am not routing from the front of the toe board to the attachment correctly still. But, I'll get back to it tomorrow and see what I can get to fit.
Thanks for all of your help.

Posted on: 3/21 12:06:28
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Whitewright, TX
1937 120C Touring Sedan
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Re: Hand Brake cable routing
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Yes, and thanks. I still have the problem of too long a cable even though that was the one that came off of the car originally. I'm still trying to get it routed underneath correctly. Does anyone have a source for the heavy duty brackets / clamps that attach the cable housing to the underneath of the chassis?
The only ones I've been able to locate are the flimsy ones that hold wiring.
Thanks again.

Posted on: 3/23 7:21:06
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