Lokar EC-81FU Floor Mount E-Brake Cables for Wilwood & Ford Explorer
Universal Fit, 96" Overall Length, Plastic Cable Housing, Black, Black, Bracket Included
- Comes equipped with quality one-piece aluminum adjusters
- Features an aluminum ferrule to eliminate fraying of stainless housing
- Includes two 8 foot black outer housings that “U-Cut-to-Fit"
- Outer housing is designed with specially extruded liner for extended life of the cable
- Stainless inner cable resists moisture
Cables are designed for use with Lokar Floor Mount Emergency Hand Brake (at right). 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 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 is complete with cable bracket and spacers. Kit includes two 8 foot black outer housings that “U-Cut-to-Fit".
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Note: Cable kit includes Explorer-style clevis 491-81FC.
Cables fit the following:
- Ford Explorer & Motorsport Disc w/ Internal Drum E-Brake
- Wilwood Disc w/ Internal Drum E-Brake
NotesTwo 8.00' cables. For Wilwood rear disc brake kits with drum-style e-brakes. Works well with a floor mount e-brake handle.
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