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Author Topic: MK2 left/right e-brake cable compatibility?  (Read 793 times)

Offline Skeeter

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MK2 left/right e-brake cable compatibility?
« on: 07:20:40 AM / 25-Jan-17 »
Well, the plastic sheath inside of my e-brake cables are falling apart and the cable itself is corroding internally, making them stick and drag my rear brakes. Does anyone know if there is another model that shares a similar cable design that will work?
« Last Edit: 07:49:24 AM / 25-Jan-17 by Skeeter »

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93 S13 HICAS - redtop SR, FMIC, Nur-Spec catback, 12psi, untuned, 13.8@98 PARTED AND SCRAPPED
02 WRX - full exhaust, intake, 17psi 13.3@100 SOLD AND THEN TOTALED
91 S13 - redtop SR, CP 9.0 pistons, HKS 264 Step 2 cams, Eagle Rods, Fidanza valvetrain/flywheel, Spec Stg. 3+ clutch, FMIC, welded diff, custom fire wire, 14.7@107  BURNED AND GONE
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Offline rednucleus

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Re: MK2 left/right e-brake cable compatibility?
« Reply #1 on: 10:01:42 AM / 25-Jan-17 »
I believe they are still available at Rockauto. I have replaced at least two of mine so far

Offline Skeeter

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Re: MK2 left/right e-brake cable compatibility?
« Reply #2 on: 10:13:31 AM / 25-Jan-17 »
The right one is like $23, but the left one is out of stock. I've found the left one for like $55 on Amazon, but I was hoping there was an alternative.
93 S13 HICAS - redtop SR, FMIC, Nur-Spec catback, 12psi, untuned, 13.8@98 PARTED AND SCRAPPED
02 WRX - full exhaust, intake, 17psi 13.3@100 SOLD AND THEN TOTALED
91 S13 - redtop SR, CP 9.0 pistons, HKS 264 Step 2 cams, Eagle Rods, Fidanza valvetrain/flywheel, Spec Stg. 3+ clutch, FMIC, welded diff, custom fire wire, 14.7@107  BURNED AND GONE
05 G35 - white, tan leather, RAYS, sexy REPO'D
03 ZX-6R 636 - traded for truck
96 Sierra - 305, 2wd, Cragar D 17's, flowmaster SOLD
89 240sx - bought to flip SOLD
87 200sx - daily KA swapped, still repairing LITTLE BY LITTLE

Offline rednucleus

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Re: MK2 left/right e-brake cable compatibility?
« Reply #3 on: 11:10:23 AM / 25-Jan-17 »
and lots of right side on ebay, no lefts - wonder why - guess cuz that's the one you need

Offline Skeeter

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Re: MK2 left/right e-brake cable compatibility?
« Reply #4 on: 11:27:05 AM / 25-Jan-17 »
^Most likely, haha. Do the Z31 cables have a different hammer (the part that attaches in the caliper lever)?
93 S13 HICAS - redtop SR, FMIC, Nur-Spec catback, 12psi, untuned, 13.8@98 PARTED AND SCRAPPED
02 WRX - full exhaust, intake, 17psi 13.3@100 SOLD AND THEN TOTALED
91 S13 - redtop SR, CP 9.0 pistons, HKS 264 Step 2 cams, Eagle Rods, Fidanza valvetrain/flywheel, Spec Stg. 3+ clutch, FMIC, welded diff, custom fire wire, 14.7@107  BURNED AND GONE
05 G35 - white, tan leather, RAYS, sexy REPO'D
03 ZX-6R 636 - traded for truck
96 Sierra - 305, 2wd, Cragar D 17's, flowmaster SOLD
89 240sx - bought to flip SOLD
87 200sx - daily KA swapped, still repairing LITTLE BY LITTLE