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Old 10-30-2011
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emergency brake cable question

so i was out wheeling today and while parked on a good hill, i was gonna jump out and take a picture. well when i pushed the e brake in about halfway almost maybe not quite, the cable snapped. so my question is to get the cable through the rubber gromet in the floor does it just pull out or is it easier to cut the old one. and two, to get the cable out of the pedal itself how do i do that? it seems that metal tip has no way of just sliding out? (trucks a 5 speed so its important to fix asap)
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