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does anyone know of a fix for the e-brake hitting the top of the leaf pack? i have a 02 d-cab with a rebuilt leaf pack that is now too tall.

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if i did that, i think i would have to bend straight up to clear. i would also have to raise the center bracket also. i thought i saw some sort of picture of a bracket somewhere.

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I have the same problem. Mine have been laying on the leaves for over 2 years. No problems so far. I would like to get them a little higher though so someone make a suggestion!
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chopaholic said:
does anyone know of a fix for the e-brake hitting the top of the leaf pack? i have a 02 d-cab with a rebuilt leaf pack that is now too tall.

johnny

Is this what you are talking about?

http://www.bajataco.com/Brakes1.html

Great website.
 

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Super Doody said:
Yeah exactly what I meant. A ny person with reasonable intelligence would have figured it out :D
which is exacty why he didnt find it :rofl:
 

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rather than go through the trouble of making brackets etc. just bending the e-brake cable brackets worked for me, just had to readjust the tension to loosen it back up.

how critical is it to adjust the BPV?
 

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I made some extension for the levers out of old angle iron I had laying around also had to remove cables guides that bolted to the axle and change up center pivot but it has worked good for me.

 
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