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Unread 04-03-2014, 03:31 PM   #21
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Have been working on rear brakes and swapped sides with backing plates and mounts. I have been under spring and over springs and can not get the brake cable alignment that is straight. I am using a 4 inch Jakes lift and do have HD rear springs. If I go on top it's too high and when I go under spring it's too low.
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Unread 04-03-2014, 03:58 PM   #22
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As I have been looking at this can the tab the brake cable goes thru be bent down
to help alleviate some of the angle
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Unread 04-03-2014, 07:43 PM   #23
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My cable bracket is below the springs on top of the lift saddle. Lines up like it was supposed to be that way.
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Unread 04-04-2014, 12:30 PM   #24
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Have been working on rear brakes and swapped sides with backing plates and mounts. I have been under spring and over springs and can not get the brake cable alignment that is straight. I am using a 4 inch Jakes lift and do have HD rear springs. If I go on top it's too high and when I go under spring it's too low.
You've got your OEM spring retaining plate on top of the spring and upside down. It should be under the spring and flipped over. Also, you shouldn't swap sides with those plates, only the backing plates.
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My cable bracket is below the springs on top of the lift saddle. Lines up like it was supposed to be that way.
Exactly
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Appreciate everything you're saying, but,,when I put it under the spring it's too low. I have a feeling it's because it's a 4 inch lift instead of a 6 inch lift
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Appreciate everything you're saying, but,,when I put it under the spring it's too low. I have a feeling it's because it's a 4 inch lift instead of a 6 inch lift
Yep that explains it. This write-up is for a 6 inch lift.
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have you tried to swap sides with the bracket, and put them under the springs,
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And then it is too low.. I am going to take a small piece of metal about the size of the cable mount, drill a couple of holes and bolt it to the mount and which will let me make a lower brake cable mount, unless someone has a better idea
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And then it is too low.. I am going to take a small piece of metal about the size of the cable mount, drill a couple of holes and bolt it to the mount and which will let me make a lower brake cable mount, unless someone has a better idea
With a 4" lift, the factory configuration may have worked just fine. You may be doing something that is unnecessary. I don't know. We've never used a 4" lift.
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