Wanted: parking brake cable 1962 Chrysler
Ev's62Chrysler
Posted 2022-07-21 7:27 PM (#623083)
Subject: Wanted: parking brake cable 1962 Chrysler



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Parking brake cable is extremely tight due to the recent fire. Looking preferably for an NOS one. Not keen on repro one. Part number is 2401345. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Robert
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mobileparts
Posted 2022-07-22 12:46 PM (#623101 - in reply to #623083)
Subject: Re: Wanted: parking brake cable 1962 Chrysler


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My father-in-law has been making Brake Cables for the Universe for the last 50 years....
His are spot on....

P.M. me, if interested....
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Viper Guy
Posted 2022-07-22 7:55 PM (#623109 - in reply to #623083)
Subject: Re: Wanted: parking brake cable 1962 Chrysler



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I can vouch for mobileparts. I’ve had a cable made in the past and it was “spot on”.

Edited by Viper Guy 2022-07-22 7:56 PM
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Ev's62Chrysler
Posted 2022-07-24 9:58 AM (#623138 - in reply to #623083)
Subject: Re: Wanted: parking brake cable 1962 Chrysler



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Got your quote, Craig - thanks. Don't think I need it. I had one of my guys take a torch to the area of the cable where it was cinched down. In a matter of seconds it was free. We did it a couple of times, actuating it as it cooled. Got it back in yesterday and all is well.
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