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r1_pete

posted on 27/5/20 at 12:56 PM Reply With Quote
Handbrake lever help request

I'd like to replace the umbrella dash handbrake on my Mustang with a conventional tunnel lever.

I've done similar before using Cortina bits, but, they've gone the way of rocking horse poop.

What I need is a lever which mounts on the tunnel, with either a quadrant, or pull point which is about 20mm below the underside of the tunnel.

Can anyone help with ideas for a donor vehicle??

Cheers.

Pete.

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jps

posted on 27/5/20 at 01:07 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by r1_pete
I'd like to replace the umbrella dash handbrake on my Mustang with a conventional tunnel lever.

I've done similar before using Cortina bits, but, they've gone the way of rocking horse poop.

What I need is a lever which mounts on the tunnel, with either a quadrant, or pull point which is about 20mm below the underside of the tunnel.

Can anyone help with ideas for a donor vehicle??

Cheers.

Pete.


CBS one not any good? https://www.carbuilder.com/uk/universal-ratchet-handbrake-lever

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paulc

posted on 27/5/20 at 04:03 PM Reply With Quote
Or if you like shiney things

https://www.triggerhandbrakes.com/Flatfloor.html

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40inches

posted on 27/5/20 at 04:06 PM Reply With Quote
I have a Sierra lever lurking in the garage somewhere, if that would work Pete?
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