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Old 08-02-2014, 08:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Parking brake cable

Gotta question where can I get parking brake cables for a lifted k5 I was thinking can I get stock beginning and intermediate then get like a short bed k10 rears if that would work but I'm not sure and don't wanna spend the money if it don't work if anyone knows that would be great thanks


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You're saying "lifted"....but how much over stock?

Your intermediate cable would probably be the "non-stock" piece. When we stretched one of my brother's S10 last year, we use stock front/rears, & just measured up an intermediate to the closest truck we could find.

For the rear L/R cables, i'd take some from a Suburban. I know that the rear cables are looooong on my 'Burb. (same year as your screen name)

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Never needed anything special for a lifted truck. The cable is adjustable and always had enough to make it work.
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Sorry it's got a 6 inch lift on it and just get stock front and rears just find a intermediate that's closest to what I need


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