Thanks. Sorry it took so long to get back. I was able to contact the previous owner and found out that the rear end is from a 2002 Ford Explorer. It's an 8.8, 3.73 posi. Part of my problem is there is no parking brake set up under the dash. Here are some pictures. Thanks, Ernie.Maybe a few pictures of the rear end and the type of brakes/backing plates on it. If you could figure out what the donor car was for the rear end, the e-brake cables and hardware would follow.
Thanks for the info, Ernie.Did a lot of business with these guys back in the 1990s when I was in the L.A. area. I do not recall any push-pull cable they could not make. Real clean operation.
Custom cables & controls made to fit, manufacturer parking brake cables for automotive and industrial applications. Cablecraft Push Pull with Teleflex Morse style cable options. Large selection of hardware fittings for most cable and linkage applications.www.controlcables.com
I used Control Cables to make parking brake cables for my car a few years ago. The price was very fair, and their customer service was excellent. As suggested gopher suggested, go to a junk yard and grab all the missing pieces, including original parking brake cables from an Explorer. That will give you a solid starting point. I used a set of old cables as a model for Control Cables to build mine from. They work great.You might want to contact these guys for cables and a handle. They won't have the OEM parts for the rearend but they will get you to that point w/o spending a lot. This is a good website for hot rodders.