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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Jan 19th, 17, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
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rear drums, E brake lever install

Anyone have a pic of the rear drum EBrake or parking brake lever installed ?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Jan 19th, 17, 09:19 PM
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Re: rear drums, E brake lever install

Donny, try a google image search.
Something like: Rear brake assembly 68 camaro.
There should be a ton of good pics.
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Re: rear drums, E brake lever install

I can post a picture later today after I get home from work. It's on a 67 but I'm sure it's the same for all first gen years.

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Re: rear drums, E brake lever install

Don't know if there is anything in the below album from when I replaced the cables on my 68 Chevy II, but take a look.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/121766...57643273824493

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Re: rear drums, E brake lever install

Donny, Check this video at about 2:50. It's a 72 Chevelle but the assembly is the same principal.
I assume this is the lever you're asking about.

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Re: rear drums, E brake lever install

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Don't know if there is anything in the below album from when I replaced the cables on my 68 Chevy II, but take a look.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/121766...57643273824493

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Awesome Jim!! Thank you very much! I was just looking to confirm the cable attachment on the parking brake levers.

Thanks to everyone else as well !!

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Donny, try a google image search.
Something like: Rear brake assembly 68 camaro.
There should be a ton of good pics.
Thanks Bill. Yeah I tried but all of the pics that I came across did not have the levers installed. If they were I couldn't tell anyway. Thanks again.

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Donny, Check this video at about 2:50. It's a 72 Chevelle but the assembly is the same principal.
I assume this is the lever you're asking about.
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Al, You nailed it!!! Thank you very much!!! That video shows exactly what I needed to know about the levers/cable.

Thanks again.

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