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93 cobra e barke cables?

cant find them any one got a source? Just to verify ive got sn95 cobra brakes on the rear and this is the cables that I need for my E brake?



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I think that is right , I am in the hunt also , they are a FRPP part I believe only .

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There's 3 cables total and the last two differ from a 93 mustang. They carry a ford part number.

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If you have a '93 year car then you use the '93 Cobra cables. If you have a 1979-1986, then you only need the 2 Ford Racing Products M2809A ebrake cables and you reuse the existing front J hook rod to hook to the cables. If you have a '87-'92, then you have to modify the self adjusting pawl on the e-brake and buy the 2 Ford Racing Products M2809A ebrake cables and 1 of the FRP M2810A cables.
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http://store.summitracing.com/partde...1&N=700+400070

So i guess I need to order 2 of those to make my e brake work on my 86


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I got mine from the Ford dealer around the corner from my house. They were about the same price as from Summit.
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