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Old 01-02-2016, 01:03 PM
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I'm using the rear disc break kit from them. What hand brake cable did everyone use for this. I'm also using the hand break handle from them also. In the manuals it only shows drum brakes and says to use from a donor car it doesn't really say what you use with the disc brake set. Also when you glue the rubber to the top of the frame for the body to sit on it shows the squares where the seat will be to have the rubber and the manual says to do the rear frame rails also, just wondering if you also do the frame that goes above the rear axle housing? Thanks for any help guys I may have to call Joe, Monday I sometimes feel like I call or ask to many questions. I just want to get it right. Thanks.
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Old 01-02-2016, 07:51 PM
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I didnt get anything parking brake related with my kit so, I can`t help you out there.

As far as gluing the "walk on mat", you only need to place it where the cockpit/tub sits on the frame and where the trunk will rest on the back of the frame.
The part of the frame over the rear end, that doesnt need any mat there.

You may want to comb back a few pages in this sub forum and click on the "camera icon" under these users names.
I`ve "borrowed" A BUNCH of these guys pics to help me in my build.

Ajso, this group is pretty helpful.
When you post a question, give it a day or 3 and you`ll have some responses.

Enjoy the build and post up pics as you go along!
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I used the chrome hand brake and cables from Lokar go to their website
H-rod is correct on the frame mats use only where body will contact frame
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Default rear Brakes

cables come from a Explorer. They mount to the plate ( square plate with 2 holes).. that is bolted to the cross member( same one that the roll bar mount plate uses) as shown in the instructions
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Old 01-04-2016, 07:08 PM
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Thanks guys, I'm trying to figure out this fourm how to post pics and things.
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Old 01-04-2016, 07:14 PM
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Many people have asked how to post pics
Just do a search in the "Cobra Talk" forum.
If I recall you need to reduce the size of the .jpg file
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