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Old 02-09-2013, 12:42 PM
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1995 f150 parking brake cable connector?

I've got a 1995 F150 and a broke component of the parking brake. I am far from an auto mechanic, so please accept my apologies for lack of terminology. There is a metal plate or connector pictured below that broke. It has a cable going up to the front of the truck coming out of the broken part in the middle. From what I've read today it appears to be the intermediate parking brake cable, but I could be wrong. The other two holes have cables going to the rear which appear to engage the rear brakes. I've visited all the auto parts stores in town as well as the junkyard. Nobody seems to have this part, even in a catalog they can order from. All the online stores that I've tried have nothing that look like this. I'm hoping that I'm somehow incorrectly identifying it. Does anyone know where I can purchase one of these? Is there a name for this part so I can properly look for this part? Any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Old 04-16-2013, 06:33 PM
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Hi, this is the equalizer. The intermediate brake cable goes in the middle and the left and right rear cables are top and bottom. Steve83 has some good diagrams ... 1983 Ford Bronco Brakes & Hubs picture | SuperMotors.net

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In a pinch you could make one out of a piece of 'U' channel with some drilling.
If you have time to wait search ebay for "ford brake equalizer".
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