ok, so the rain just started here (actually, we're on flood watch) and it's the first time i've driven my rig in the rain. background. while i'm pretty sure the concept of the e-brake is pretty easy, and i think i understand it, maybe i need an explanation about how the e-brake works. when i built my rig, i took the e-brake line which goes from the line which comes off of the pedal to the lines which come off of the drums on the 14bff - so, essentially it's the middle section which is missing. anyway, i have that in my garage, but i took the hangars for this piece off of my rig too, and can't remember how it goes back. anyway, here's the story. i think that the e-brake on my passenger side drum is slightly engaged b/c as i hit the brakes in neutral (i have an sm465), it locks up real easy. i try to leave it in gear as long as possible, to force the wheel to spin as i'm braking, and while this helps, being that i'm not lockered out back the brake still locks up, and any force on turning the wheels is all directed to the driver side wheel. so, two real questions: how do i make sure that my e-brakes are fully DISengaged, without the lines being hooked up to the pedal. anyone have a diagram or good explanation of how the cables run so i can hook this sh*t back up?