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post #1 of 9 Old 07-26-2010, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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E-brake cable for disk brake kit

I currently have Teraflex's disk brake kit on my Jeep. However, that kit did not include an E-brake. I can't seem to find one made by them either.

Who/where should I get an E-brake cable from?

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post #2 of 9 Old 07-26-2010, 03:34 PM
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I just ordered some replacements because mine were bent. Here's the part number
Passenger - 52008362
Driver - 52008363
I went to a few auto stores and none of them had it in stock or could even find it. I found a pair somewhere online shipped for like $55

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And that would work with my set up?
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Well, they're stock replacement cables. Maybe I misunderstood, do your current stock cables not work with the Teraflex kit?

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I don't believe that my stock cables will work.



Teraflex does make e-brake cables but it's about $100.00 for the two of them. Quite expensive.

However, I found their disk brake conversion kit to resemble the brakes off of a Grand Cherokee...they're very close, if not the same. Would e-brake cables from a Grand Cherokee just be what they're using?
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Try (inlinetube.com) they can make any cable you need in any size.

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I don't know if KJ (liberty) e-brake cables would work with the teraflex kit, but they work with explorer rear discs on an XJ, no mods needed at either end. I know the equalizer side from the handle is the same on my 94 XJ and 00 TJ. There are a couple different part numbers, but this is the one that works...

52128510AG

They will be long though and need a loop to take up the slack.

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I don't believe that my stock cables will work.



Teraflex does make e-brake cables but it's about $100.00 for the two of them. Quite expensive.

However, I found their disk brake conversion kit to resemble the brakes off of a Grand Cherokee...they're very close, if not the same. Would e-brake cables from a Grand Cherokee just be what they're using?
Parking brake cables from a TJ with rear discs and Grand Cherokee of the ZJ era with rear discs will also work.

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Parking brake cables from a TJ with rear discs and Grand Cherokee of the ZJ era with rear discs will also work.
Ok, I thought so. Thank you.
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