Lokar EC-80TU Trans Mount Emergency Brake Cables
Universal Fit, 96.00" Overall Length, Black
- Kit includes bracket for mounting cables to hand brake
- One-piece aluminum adjusters and aluminum ferrule to eliminate fraying of stainless housing
- Outer housing is designed with specially extruded liner for extended life of the cable
- Stainless steel inner cable resists moisture
- Cable measures 96" in length
Transmount E-Brake Cables are designed for use with Transmount Emergency Hand Brakes and includes bracket for mounting cables to hand brake. Kit comes equipped with quality one-piece aluminum adjusters and aluminum ferrule to eliminate fraying of stainless housing. Outer housing is designed with specially extruded liner for extended life of the cable. Stainless steel inner cable resists moisture.
Design allows rear end backing plate fittings to be removed without removing brake cables. Lokar cables also feature adjustable cable lock and clevis. Kit includes two 8 foot black outer housings that “U-Cut-to-Fit”.
*NOTE*: If using these cables with Ford Explorer-style (such as our 910-31938), Wilwood, or late model Corvette rear disc brakes with internal shoe-type emergency brake, you will need our nut kit listed 916-41021 and E-Brake clevis 491-81FC.
Cable fits the following:
- GM drum brakes
- Most GM disc brake calipers w/ E-brake lever built in
- If using these cables with Ford Explorer-style Wilwood, or late model Corvette rear disc brakes with internal shoe-type emergency brake, you will need our nut kit listed 916-41021 and E-Brake clevis 491-81FC.
NotesTwo 8.00' cables. Fits drum brakes or most GM disc brake calipers with E-brake lever built in. (Requires clevis kit 491-81FC for Wilwood, Ford Explorer, or late model Corvette disc brakes).
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