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Thread: A second hand brake

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    A second hand brake

    I was thinking of installing a second handbrake that doesn't lock to tug on the original e brake cable(for drifting)
    Was hoping you guys would've done something like this or had any tips
    Thanks

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    I've asked a similar question recently. Here's a link courtesy of Merrill - http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...ll=1#post30098

    His hydro e-brake is a stand alone unit but would be set up the same as to not interfere with the mechanical handbrake assembly. You wouldn't need the line lock or bias brake adjustment and these hydraulic e-brakes are available on the cheap.

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