Lokar EHB-7011 Details
11'' Hand Lever
Transmount Emergency Hand Brake is designed after the automotive industry standard. Ratchet cut gear plate and lock are heat treated for strength and safety. The geometrical design of the lever allows for comfortable leverage operation. Levers are available in chromed steel or black powder coated steel and come in 11'' and 16'' lengths to complement Lokar's Automatic Transmission Shifter. Mounting hardware for use with Lokar Automatic Transmission Shifter is included with Transmount Cable Kits and is used with the built-in mounting bracketry included with the shifter kits. Designed to work in conjunction with Lokar Transmount Emergency Brake Cable Kits, sold separately.
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I would rather have a hand brake on my car. I have a center consol that might be a plus or a hindrance. I'm looking for the measurements for the transmission mounted hand brake on a 350 tranny in relation to the Lokar automatic shifter centers. Help!
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