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Explorer 8.8 e-brake cable

For the swap for the explorer 8.8 with disc brakes, will the stock e-brake cable from my 01 ranger 4x4 swap over to the explorer axle or what step and parts will I need to buy?
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Nope you need the parking brake lines off the explorer also
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lines? all the way to the parking brake pedal or to where??
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