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Parking brake connections NEED HELP

Im in the process of swapping my rear end right now, and cant figure out how to unhook the parking brake cable anchors. they are the only thing left holding in my old rear end!
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from the cables or the hubs?


The cable connectors have a little tab on the bottom that you have to push in while you push the cable out. I like to use a small flat head screwdriver to push the cable end. On the hubs, you take off the drum, and you can see where it hooks on inside, and you just pull out a bit of slack and un hook it.
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