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Old 09-29-2010, 02:28 PM   #1
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Moving Ebrake...

So I've always liked the old "pull-out" ebrakes... the ones like in the current manual trans models... vs the clutch area ones in the auto trans models.

Anyone know what or how difficult it would be to move the ebrake from the clutch area to the dash area? I'm thinking it would be a matter of replacing the cable, removing the foot pedal, and adding in the pull mechanism.

Is there other parts that are missing or is there something in the auto models that would prevent doing this?
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