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NP 205 parking brake.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by POWERMAD, Sep 7, 2001.

  1. POWERMAD

    POWERMAD 1/2 ton status

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    I seem to remember a couple of days ago that someone mentioned an e-brake that mounts to the back of the 205.
    I have been searching for such a critter and am having no luck.
    Or did I just misread something?


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  2. RUSS84K5

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    Hi,

    I read on pirate 4x4 that Jesse Of High Angle Driveline has one for the Dana 300. He hes some pics on his web page

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    Yes, Jesse at Hihgh Angle has one for the D300 and said there will be one for the 205 soon....

    Mike

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    If it will work on a fixed youk 205 then it will also work on a fixed yoke 203. Is it going to be disc or drum? Toyota FJ's been running them for years.

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  5. californiak5

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    He is working on a disc set up right now. I can't wait for him to have it ready. It will go nice with the disc conversion I have planned for my 14B.

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  6. Emmettology 101

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    I imagine it will be for a fixed yoke, athough it would be interesting to see on a slip yoke.
    All the ones I have seen are discs and use a mechanical caliper.....

    Mike

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  7. Boss

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    I think he is using a motorcycle disk (rotor) and a manual caliper. Definately fixed yoke. Don't know how it can be done on a slip...but I'm sure there are ways (since there are ways for almost everything.)
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    I could be wrong, but I think he mentioned something about it mounting to the adapter he makes for the CV shaft flange (like what Shawn Spickler uses). Which is part of the kit he offers for a rear CV driveshaft. I'm not sure if he mentioned anything for the fix yoke (but I'm sure he can build it if he didn't).

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    Yeah, to mount his CV shaft, you need a "fixed" yoke 205. It can't be done with a "slip" (so he says) :)
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    Cool. I was going to buy a rear shaft from him when I roll the 14 bolt under anyway. [​IMG]

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    I have every thing except the brakets - you have to run the one ton c/v along with it - should be around 350 range for the extra e-brake set up- and 518 for the one ton c/v and flange- and its not a motorcycle rotor ots a steel made rotor for this application - jess 530-877-2875 High Angle driveline

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    Hey Jess,

    It's good to hear that you have it almost complete. I will be calling you soon to find out more. I already have your 1 ton shaft so I am half way there. [​IMG]

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    Jess
    When I get the 1-ton flange can the disk be added latter? Basicly, is it a bolt on deal with your flange?

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    I currently have a fixed 205 with 1350 series Ujoint driveshaft to the rear Dana60. Can I used my existing shaft or does it require a CV type 1350 series shaft?
    Whould bee cool to get rid of thoes Ebrake cables altogether!!


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    Also Jess I was wondering if the rear cv shaft for the 208 that we spoke about in the chat room is working out for you yet.

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    how much for just the caliper?
    <a target="_blank" href=http://www.hayesbrake.com/hayesind/mech_cal_brakes_ld_hydraulic.html>http://www.hayesbrake.com/hayesind/mech_cal_brakes_ld_hydraulic.html</a>

    HayesBrake claims they only wholesale them and i didnt notice a distributor listing. looks like an 1100M or 1110M style
     
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    Jess, I have the same question.
    My Np205 has the rear yoke upgraded to a 1350. I would have to buy a different yoke again or will your kit work on my 205 as is? I'm very interested. I do NOT have a CV type driveshaft, it' a standard middle-slip two -ujoint one.
    Of course, I have a LWB truck.
    -- Mike

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