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Where can I find new E-brake cables?

The e-brake cables going out to each wheel on my 66 Galaxie are so stretched out, not amount of tensioning will fix them. Where can I buy new ones or go about having some made?

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Old 11-13-2005, 01:56 PM
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Any auto parts store should be able to go into the old books and get them for you...They can for my 62 Pontiac.

If they can't there are many antique parts companies that reproduce this stuff.

MACS Antique Auto Parts for one......
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There's some interesting reading in This Thread - if you have problems finding a replacement cable, a marine supply center might be able to custom build cables for you...
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Lokar has them. www.Lokar.com
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