I recently moved to a new province and need to get the Blazer safetied. In order for it to pass it needs a working ebrake. I blew the tranny in her so I'm getting a buddy to bring it down in a month or so and I am going though it and fixing a bunch of small things and getting it road worthy, so no real big rush, want it out in about a year or so. Now back to the e brake problem, I have a 14bolt FF. It has stock drums on it, not sure of the condition but the wheel cylinder is screwed and my lines wouldn't thread on and I never cared to investigate further since I was going to get discs. I bought the rear brackets and rotor so I'm half way ready for that setup. So in my eyes my choices are, 1. Keep the drums, possibly buying all new parts costing lots and getting a ebrake cable to work. 2. Continue with the calipers and hunt all over, keep my fingers crossed that I will find caddy calipers, somehow work a ebrake cable then hopefully it will hold on enough of a grade to pass inspection. 3. Swap the 10 bolt back in, use my old wheels, buy ebrake cable and hope it works. Then swap it all back and hope cops don't stop me for a roadside inspection. 4. Pinion mounted? Np203 never heard of anyone with a kit for it. 5. Ask on CK5 and hope somebody can help me find a better idea? Its gotta be mechanical too, and keep the brakes nice and tight to pass.