Parking brake cables

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    78VOLAREWAG Well-Known Member

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    I am looking for the little metal/rubber plate that covers where the parking brake cable goes through the floor. I has a # FO1252259128. 15777548016387082684094200002926.jpg
     
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    78VOLAREWAG Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I just stumbled across one on eBay. I also fits pick ups up to 93!
     
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    Well then,,,,,,,,,,,,I must have edited my post while you were posting so, disregard my link above:D
     
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    They fit a lot of vehicles made in that time frame, not just FMJ's.
    The 2-million part number (2259118) means it came out in the '60's, so it might even fit many/most/some of those vehicles as well.
    BudW
     
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    I believe it fits '62-'89 cars with foot operated brake and trucks from ?-'93.

    One advantage of Chrysler using the same part on many different models for many years, F/M/J may use the same part as an A/B/E which means,,,,,,,,,it's much more likely the part can be had, either NOS, aftermarket replacement or repop.
     
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    78VOLAREWAG Well-Known Member

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    How did you know what to drop off the part # I had? I am a parts professional, over 20 years in aftermarket, currently working for KIA.
     
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    Ancient Chinese secret.:D
    OK, it's not a secret. I've got an original '79 Mopar parts catalog on the shelf so, I kind of cheated and looked it up.:cool:
     
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    BudW Moderator Staff Member

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    The original (and my modified picture, below) picture shows the part number stamped on it.
    Its hard to read, but there.
    2684094200002926.jpg
     
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    I've got a couple very nice ones:)
    10 plus shipping
     
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    You got one, excellent!
    Not much for floors right now. Haven't hauled one home in awhile.