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Old 09-04-2011, 03:06 PM   #1
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Bought a 67 8in rear end for my 68 mustang it had a 4 lug rear end in it before and I cant figure out how to hook up the eBrake cables. So if you have any pictures of a 67 eBrake or if you know how to hook them up please tell me! Thank you- Travis
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I've got a 67 8" I'll try to post a pic tonite. U just need to see it at the brake drum or under floor pans?
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Actually I figured it out. Thank tho !
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