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Unread Yesterday, 06:07 PM   #1
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So, working on my 8.8 swap....

and i guess i re engineered something that was already figured out. but for the ebrakes, i found mustang brakes have the same body side attachment as jeep, just the cables are longer. i guess at least i got the better ebrake set up than the drum type.

im new btw, ive used the forum for info before but never posted. jeep info is in my profile. great info here, guys!

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Unread Today, 07:48 AM   #2
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We love pics and we love explanations of what you did in the pics even better...
Why did you do all that welding to the axle>?
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