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Cleveland 10-5 Brake cylinders

Dave.flying

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I have a set of Cleveland 10-5 brake cylinders with the park brake feature I have been advised that I will have to have a hard end cable that will push as well as pull, to set and release the park brake.
What do people use? As I can only find one cable that has 2 wires T-Handle dash control in the Aircraft Spruce catalog and this seems to suguest that it is pull only sort of Bowden cable type.
Dave
 

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