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MKII park brake handle

Any early roadster builders can help with Fox parking brake handle modification. Pictures would be welcome. I know its almost antique. Duane Thanks.


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Park Brake Handle

Which modifications are you referring to?

I used the Fox Mustang Park Brake in my Mk4. Much preferred over the FFR unit. I did not modify mine and it has functioned perfectly. I am not running the cables under the frame so there is no drag in my setup. This may allow my system to work as intended with rear disc brakes.

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brake handle

My set up is '91 rear axle converted to disc brake and five lug. The handle will pull up all the way but not apply brake. The brake handle is mounted on tunnel. I think dv/dt reply to cut out spring and pal is what was recommended on mustang forums. Ford had some service bulletin on this.

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