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Old 05-09-2007, 12:58 PM   #1
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Rockwell Parking brake

Anyone got any info or pics of one. im doing a 4speed swap and i'm in need of an e-brake. i have pinion brakes by the way
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i think oem sells them. i would deal w/ randy any day at oem.
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what caliper and rotor are you running?
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you could run a caliper with an e-brake as Mark is hinting at or they have cable activated brakes that mount at your t-case ( shorter cable) to the driveshaft
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i'm running an e-bay kit. it uses a mazda rotor and a yota caliper
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Id go with the t-case park'n brake. Cable way shorter. I dont know if any of the yota cars or trucks came with a P/B on the calpier like some chevy calpiers did.
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I bought the Transfercase P-brake from TSM out of colorado for my 205. Installed it a few weeks ago.....its cool but you have to fab up your own bracket to make it fit. I like the parking brake but the customer service sucks....they sent me the wrong rotor and expected me to pay for shipping it over there and back when it was their own screw up.
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Lowrangeoffroad has a E-brake for Toyota T-case if that is what your running.


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Toyota Mini Truck Transfer-case E-Brake
Need an E-brake? Have bad cables, or a disk brake conversion? We have the answer with our simple and affordable Toyota T-case E-Brake Kit. It can be installed in under 1 hourand is fully bolt on. You do have to remove the t-case output flange in order to clearance the dust seal cover.

The E-brake kit reuses your stock e-brake cable up to the frame mounted e-brake arm located in front of your fuel tank. The t-case e-brake is constructed of laser cut and tig welded CNC formed 1/4 plate steel. Includes all parts you will need for installation, comes with instructions.

Fits all 4 cyl. Toyota t case's. Bracket’s are designed with a skid plate below the caliper and the ends are formed and tig welded to the main plate. The box style mount helps ensure no flexing of the t-case and caliper mount. This helps eliminate wear on the pads as well as possible stress on the t case itself. May not fit with all aftermarket t-case crossmembers.

Price: $195.00
It shows it at the bottom of the page.
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I made this setup,it works as an ebrake and a cutting brake.

this runs inline with the rear brake line.
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That's pretty dang nifty!!
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I have the bracket for sale and the cylinder you can get from Summit racing.
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you could also run a line lock for a parking brake. Press the pedal and push a button.
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does a line lock use power after its been locked? if i leave it locked will it run my battery dead?
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If it's electric, I would think so. If all you want is a parking brake, I'd use a ball valve type.
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Most line locks I've seen are a manual push button or lever. No power You push the brake pedal to apply pressure, set the lever and it prevents brake fluid from returning to the resivoir
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dang, i heard cheap easy and effective and thought you was in this thread talkin bout me again!
that thing gonna be ready for memorial day, or it gonna end up one of those trucks you just walk by and look at in the yard;-) LOL!
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you could try! whats the worst could happen? you totally destroy it? I have the ability and the right foot to do that every trip I go;-)
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the only way(s) i could destroy it is rolling it end over end as yall watch in disbelief or burn it up pulling raymonds jeep back to the truck
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