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Old 06-23-2006, 10:40 PM
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Emergency Brake Help.

1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Aerosedan.
I need to locate emergency brake cable boots. They are 4 or 5 inches long and about 1/8" opening on one end and about 1/2" on the other. They fit on the cable and onto the protector cover just before the back axle. I also need rear shock absorber kits. The shocks are OEM lever type.

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The type rear end you are using might be helpful information to someone helping with your search ...
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I am using the original '48 cable. The rear end is out of a '75 camaro. I have only tried Auto Zone for the boots so far, I will check with NAPA and see if they have them or can get them.

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