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Speedway Power Remote-Mount Electric Emergency Brake Kit
Speedway Power Remote-Mount Electric Emergency Brake Kit

Speedway Power Remote-Mount Electric Emergency Brake Kit

Universal Fit, 19.06" Overall Length, 6.00" Overall Width, 3.13" Overall Height

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Overall Length:
19.06"
Overall Width:
6.00"
Overall Height:
3.13"
Cable length:
90.00"
MFG. Part #:
9101124
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Includes actuator, cables, and switches.

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  • Power emergency brake kit makes it easy to activate your emergency brake with a push of a button
  • Mounts in a remote area of your vehicle and allows you to remove those unsightly brake handles
  • Simple one touch push button operation will activate and deactivate your emergency brakes with ease
  • Complete kit
  • Cables are 90" in length
  • Unit measures 19"L x 6"W x 3"H

910-1124 Instructions (PDF)

Notes

Provided will be a 2-wire weather pack male/female plug kit to allow the factory (unused male plug) located on the wire on the actuator to be cut off (removed/replaced) with the weather pack plug assembly.

The 5 terminal rocker switch and relay included will then be wired into the 12 volt battery system along with the neutral safety switch and 2-wire actuator per the instruction schematic.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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