Lokar EHB-7000F Floor Mount Hand Emergency Brake/Cable Kit,Chrome
Universal Fit, 9.25" Arm Length, Steel, Chrome, 11.15" Overall Length, 4.38" Overall Width
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Paired together to save you time and money, this convenient hand e-brake/boot/cable kit features a chrome plated finish with black naugahyde boot and 96" universal stainless steel cable.
- (1) Lokar EHB-7000F Floor Mount Emergency Hand Brake, Chrome Finish
- (1) Lokar EC-80FHT Universal Emergency Brake Cables, Stainless Housing
- (1) Speedway Floor Mount E-Brake Boot
Lokar EHB-7000F Floor Mount Emergency Hand Brake, Chrome Finish
- Lokar chrome plated steel e-brake handle
- Designed after the automotive industry standards
- Ratchet cut gear plate and lock - heat treated for strength and safety
- 4-point mounting capabilities for floor mount or side mounting for custom applications
- Comes complete with clevis for installation with Lokar Emergency Brake Cables
Lokar EC-80FHT Universal Emergency Brake Cables, Stainless Housing
- 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
- Adjustable cable lock and clevis
- Includes two 8 foot outer housings that "U-Cut-to-Fit" and are available in stainless
- Application fits 8" and 9" Ford, Chevy, Chrysler and Lincoln Versailles drum and disc brakes
Speedway Floor Mount E-Brake Boot
- Black naugahyde boot
- Polished stainless base ring and stainless screws
- Base ring is 6.25" x 2.5" outside diameter and 5.25" x 1.5" inside diameter.
- Sleeve ID: .75"
- Bolt Hole Pattern: 3.75" x 2.00"
Lokar Install Tip: Every think about mounting the floor mount hand brake sideways in front of your seat? You can!
- Length of upper chrome handle is 9-1/8" from rear to end of release button
- From end of release button to center of clevis pin is 10-5/16"
- From pivot point to end of release button is 9-3/16"
- From pivot point to center of clevis pin is 1-7/8"
- From center of clevis pin to top of handle is 3-1/4"
- Mounting bolt centers for horizontal brackets are 4-11/16"
- Horizontal mounting bracket holes are 2" center to center side to side
- Horizontal mounting bracket holes are also 4-11/16" center to center from front to rear
- From center of clevis pin to end of clevis is 1-1/8"
- Clevis referred to is at bottom of assembly and where the e-brake cables attach
Not for Wilwood, Ford Explorer & Motorsports Disc w/ Internal Drum E-Brakes - see 491-81000 for this application.
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What's In The Kit
Lokar EHB-7000F Floor Mount Emergency Hand Brake, Chrome FinishPart # 4917000Qty x 1
Speedway Floor Mount E-Brake BootsPart # 91021802Qty x 1
Lokar EC-80FHT Universal Emergency Brake Cables, Stainless HousingPart # 491EC80FHTQty x 1
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