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Looking for emergency brake cable clip to bracket

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  • Brakes: Looking for emergency brake cable clip to bracket

    Anyone have a couple of these e-brake cable clip to bracket. Part number 533290. Used on cars from 53 to 64 at least. SI says they don't have them. I find no discussion of them on the forum. Is there an interchange?

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    I have this one that may be usable but after cleaning with Evapo-rust, it is pretty thin and brittle.
    Cliff
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    54 Commander Coupe driver
    53 Commander Hardtop project
    SE Washington State

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    cliff, that looks like the clip that holds the rubber brake hose in the bracket on the frame, 2 front 1 rear.i'd go to a local junk yard. Doofus

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    • #3
      They are not the same as the brake hose clip, they are smaller, they are thin to begin with, they are sort of concave. I would try Tom Karkiewicz
      62503 Mulberry Rd
      South Bend, IN 46614

      574 287-5834

      he has lots of little used parts like these.
      Milt

      1947 Champion (owned since 1967)
      1961 Hawk 4-speed
      1967 Avanti
      1961 Lark 2 door
      1988 Avanti Convertible

      Member of SDC since 1973

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      • #4
        Cliff when i built my 53 i used "E" clips from hardware store. groove dia.437,groove width.147. Good Luck, Doofus

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        • #5
          I think you can buy as many new ones as you desire here:
          http://inlinetube.com/clips%20brake%...fuel/clips.htm

          I think these are exactly what you need

          http://inlinetube.com/clips%20brake%...fuel/PBK01.htm

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          • #6
            Thanks for the great suggestions.

            Fred, have you used the PBK-01 clip from inlinetube? It is hard to tell from the picture if it is close enough to the same size. I've got tomorrow afternoon off from work (getting a tooth pulled) so maybe I'll call them and order a few.

            Cliff
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            54 Commander Coupe driver
            53 Commander Hardtop project
            SE Washington State

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cliffh View Post
              Thanks for the great suggestions.

              Fred, have you used the PBK-01 clip from inlinetube? It is hard to tell from the picture if it is close enough to the same size. I've got tomorrow afternoon off from work (getting a tooth pulled) so maybe I'll call them and order a few.

              Cliff
              I used to stock those very clips when I was in the garage business. I checked and still have two left which I will keep for my own use but they should work for you. I believe I used two of those on my 56 Champion which I just finished up lat winter.
              Nick

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              • #8
                Thanks to karterfred88 and njonkman for the info. I didn't have anything else I needed to order from inlinetube but I noticed that the Right Stuff Detailing EDH1007 clip looked like the same clip as the ones at inlinetube and was available at Summit Racing, Jegs, etc. Since I was placing an order with Summit anyway, I ordered a few of them. I would like to report that they fit perfectly and seem to be more secure than the stock clips.


                http://www.summitracing.com/parts/rsd-ebh1007


                Cliff
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                54 Commander Coupe driver
                53 Commander Hardtop project
                SE Washington State

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