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Old 09-26-2011, 04:27 AM   #29
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Old 10-05-2011, 01:56 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by wpatters1229 View Post
Hi, just got on this forum. I am going to get the Ready Brake system but am wondering if anyone has tackled the cable routing through a 95 jeep wrangler with a 4 cyc engine. Seems to me that getting it around the radiator could be a challenge unless is can go below all of that.
If someone has done this, shoot me a note
I have an 06 Wrangler with the 6cyl. Unless the firewall is vastly different, on the firewall below the steering rack you will see an oval hole on the engine side. Drill though that and you will come out just about in front of the brake on the inside of the firewall in front pedal (at last it did on mine, lol). From there I tie wrapped the cable it to various frame items and went under the radiator. I drilled 2 holes in lower center radiator bracket to screw/mount the front bracket for the ready brake cable. So the cable is in the center of my bumper, under the tow bar.

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