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    Under Observation sm_rubi's Avatar
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    14bolt parking brake options?

    I'm running the Eldorado brakes and haven't tried running the cables for the parking brakes mainly because others have told me they more for looks and don't work well. True? I'm thinking of going with an Atlas and will do a parking brake in the future but wonder what people have used and been successful with for 14 Bolt axles.

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    Who is your daddy? dr.dirty's Avatar
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    I just went without on my 14 bolt. I thought about doing a dual line lock for the rear.

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    Same here went without they do make a pinion brake setup that bolts up to the atlas if you go that way.
    Ridin 44's with mud on the doors!

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    Under Observation sm_rubi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heat Treater View Post
    Same here went without they do make a pinion brake setup that bolts up to the atlas if you go that way.
    Thanks that's what I was thinking about doing in the future!

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    Check out ringers build thread. He just built a custom ebrake for his rubi tcase. It's slick. I forget if it's on here or jkfreaks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mokos View Post
    Check out ringers build thread. He just built a custom ebrake for his rubi tcase. It's slick. I forget if it's on here or jkfreaks
    I hadn't posted it here yet. I drew up the rotor in cad and had it waterjet from 1/4" 304 stainless. I then used a Wilwood spot mechanical caliper and Lokar cable and handle. So far I am very happy with it. It is done other than I have a limit switch to install so the dash light still comes on when it should.
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    Under Observation sm_rubi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ringer View Post
    I hadn't posted it here yet. I drew up the rotor in cad and had it waterjet from 1/4" 304 stainless. I then used a Wilwood spot mechanical caliper and Lokar cable and handle. So far I am very happy with it. It is done other than I have a limit switch to install so the dash light still comes on when it should.
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    Bad ass! Now that's what I'm talkin' about!

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    Nice piece of work Ringer.
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    Thanks.

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    Very Nice Ringer. I was just going to line lock it, but this I like much better.

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    Who is your daddy? dr.dirty's Avatar
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    Same here might have to order a couple discs and part numbers from ringer.

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    14bolt parking brake options?

    I'd gladly pay you Tuesday if you get one for me today.

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    14bolt parking brake options?

    Here is the caliper
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002G3...889421-9240130
    Caliper bracket
    http://m.ebay.com/itm/190925464801
    Handle
    http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Lokar-...ish,64520.html
    Cable
    http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Lokar-...ish,64520.html

    I have cad drawings of rotors for 1310 and 1350 driveshafts. Just take measurements of your bolt pattern so I can verify it will work. There are several different available.

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    Under Observation sm_rubi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ringer View Post
    Here is the caliper
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002G3...889421-9240130
    Caliper bracket
    http://m.ebay.com/itm/190925464801
    Handle
    http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Lokar-...ish,64520.html
    Cable
    http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Lokar-...ish,64520.html

    I have cad drawings of rotors for 1310 and 1350 driveshafts. Just take measurements of your bolt pattern so I can verify it will work. There are several different available.
    You Da Man!

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    That's cool.
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    Andy you're making lots of friends over here!

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    Wrapped up my ebrake setup last night with a limit switch so the dash idiot light comes on when the handle is pulled. I need all the idiot lights I can get!
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    Who is your daddy? dr.dirty's Avatar
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    Great work. I need to measure my yoke so I can get you the right measurements

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    Under Observation sm_rubi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.dirty View Post
    Great work. I need to measure my yoke so I can get you the right measurements
    x2 got other headaches to address first.

 

 

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