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transfer case parking brake?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MJB774X, Mar 19, 2003.

  1. MJB774X

    MJB774X 1/2 ton status

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    who makes it for a 205 ?, where can I look on the net for one ?, how much$$$$ ?
     
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    high angle driveline

    I think it's about 300 bucks...
     
  3. MJB774X

    MJB774X 1/2 ton status

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    thanks
     
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    HAD, if u already have one of their compatible flanges, ur looking at $250-300, if I remember right, for the complete system.

    j
     
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    Holy crap these specialty things cost a lot... Has anyone built thier own? Without the big $$ cv 1 ton rear shaft? And without the 200-300 dollar kit? It cant be that hard.

    Mike
     
  6. MJB774X

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    believe me for that kind of dough I'll figure out my own system, I do have another Idea to make the stock parking brake cables work with the lift, I'll put some pics in a couple of weeks if I do it, I'm not sure about the transfer case brake, what if your on a hill with loose dirt and have an open diff, one wheel slips at a time, the stock parking brake on the drums would be much more superior in this situation
     

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