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Installed a new complete floor pan, no provisions for the emergency brake brackets in front of the axle. Has anyone come up with a nice clean solution to install a new one? thanks
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Thanks Chris. Trying to keep it as close to original as I can.
I use the 66 style cable. It's a 1 piece design and locates under the rear frame rail, instead of over it. Requires 2 U shaped brackets to attach under the floor pans. Any other parts used are the same as the 65.

The cable:

Be sure that it comes with the U shaped attachment shown on the lower right.

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The above retains the cable under the floor pan, just after the frame.

Location of the above brackets:

Picture above is for illustration purposes only. I believe the U brackets are normally a little more outboard and that they are normally located just a little in front of the seam where the floor pan meets the rear panel that goes up over the differential. The seam doesn't seem to exist in this photo. A google search will be your friend for actual locations.


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