Emergency Hand Brake Cable (63-5/8")
Fits 55-71 CJ-5

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Emergency Hand Brake Cable (63-5/8")
Fits 55-71 CJ-5
New Replacement Hand Brake Cable

Need just a replacement cable? Comes complete with inner and outer brake cable. Total length equals 63-5/8". For T-style brake handle. Fits properly for both 4-134 and V6-225 engines.

55-71 CJ-5
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Questions: Do you know where I might find a T Handel cane and support?
Question By: Hollis Dyer on Nov 3 2021 5:54 PM
Good used only. Email
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Nov 8 2021 5:29 AM
Questions: Is the total length including the inner cable and ends? I am looking for a parking cable about 68" long total with about a 60" outer cable. For an FJ-3 (looks like this cable but the end with the ball has a C-shaped bracket instead like some other cables-I would switch this over).
Question By: andrew on Aug 3 2020 5:31 PM
63-5/8" is the overall length.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Aug 4 2020 5:48 AM
Questions: The part I received looks right except it has a hex nut on the wire instead of a ball. The hex nut is too big to fit in the stock parking brake lever. Is there something I need to do to adjust this? Or is it just a wrong part? I have a 66 CJ6.
Question By: Erik Olsen on May 25 2020 6:25 PM
The images should be exactly what you got from us. If you can email some pictures of your old cable so we can see it and help.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on May 26 2020 5:40 AM
Questions: Do you have the spring clip that holds the Cable to the t handle?
Question By: Shaun Healey on Mar 1 2017 11:15 PM
That is a local hardware store item.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Mar 2 2017 5:53 AM
Questions: How do I get the old cable out of the T-handle tube? Thanks
Question By: Reid Martin on May 25 2011 12:00 AM
There is just a spring clip that holds it in place.
Answer By: Willys Tech on May 25 2011 12:00 AM
Release the ratchet clip inside the handle to allow the shaft to move down to the point where you can twist it revealing the "socket and ball".
Answer By: Jon Palm on Aug 11 2018 1:58 AM