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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old May 10th, 07, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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In the GM parts cat. On page 134 item 4.779. part # 1374758 states...All exc 396 engine-intermediate-First jobs 80.84 IN OL/ sup3892743
Anyone know what the underlined part means?

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Re: Brake cables

Is there no parts experts out there!
I need to know because I need new emergency brake cables and need to know what to buy. I have the two rears but the book is confusing me on what intermediate and front cables are needed.Any info would help. Thanks in advance. Btw 67 vert 327

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First jobs 80.84 IN OL
it's 80.84" over all length that's 80 inch and 7/8 of a inch long
as of the (First jobs) I don't know what that means exactly but I think it means it was what the first ones used
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Thanks Larry. That's sounds probable, but 80.84 inches sounds a bit funny. Won't the General just say 80 7/8 inches long. Have you seen this before in the book?
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