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  1. Trifive Trucks Suburbans & Panel vans
    I have a 1956 Chevy 3600, and it's missing the floor e-brake. I have a M420 Munice transmission and I am looking for a picture or diagram of how the e-brake bracket attaches to the transmission? I have found the some brake assembly on line, but not sure which one fits. Thanks Greg
  2. Suspension Questions Chassis, Brakes, Shocks, Etc
    Hi all, Anybody here running a 69' Nova rear end in their Chevy with drum brakes, and were you able to use your stock E-brake cables to hook up in the backing plates, or did you have to change the aft cable segment to a Nova style cable? I know that the Nova has a different bracket for...
  3. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    I cleaned up the Park brake parts for my '57 Nomad today and found that the 'cheap pulleys' used in the two forward cable brackets are very worn. If there were bearings involved, they are 'gone', and the pulleys themselves have cut into the shoulder bolts which retain them. I've searched...
  4. Suspension Questions Chassis, Brakes, Shocks, Etc
    I'm sure I've seen someone with a trifive (I think it was turquoise), who had a floor e-brake installed in the floor to the left of the drivers seat. I'm considering this location/solution - looking for who's done this and any feedback vs. locating in center near manual shifter.
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