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  • bjarte
  • 5911 Alversund, Norway
Are there anybody that could help to get me a hand break waier?
Mitsu 2FD25
Ser 10039
year 1972
Waier on right hand side with part nr: 6433543900.

need it asap because lied to customer for long time. order it first time in may but havent got it yet..

post at 2talservice dot no
  • Posted 8 Sep 2010 07:58 PM
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  • gc_d
  • Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Hi , what do you mean waier? i do not understand.
  • Posted 9 Sep 2010 01:44 AM
think hes tryin to say right hand parkbrake CABLE mate !!
  • Posted 9 Sep 2010 01:58 AM
  • bjarte
  • 5911 Alversund, Norway
You hav absolute right. It is the cabel
  • Posted 9 Sep 2010 02:37 AM
  • gc_d
  • Zuid-Holland, Netherlands

The cable cost 290 euro and delivery time are 8 - 10 weeks!!!

regards GC_d
  • Posted 10 Sep 2010 04:39 AM
  • bjarte
  • 5911 Alversund, Norway
it is from tvh i have order it in may, so i wonder most if there is other places that could have the part
  • Posted 10 Sep 2010 03:51 PM
you may have better luck using the old wire (cable) as a sample for a prototyper or mfr of cables to make a duplicate. i know that some here exist in canada from equipment shows i have gone to, perhaps you may find some in your country. if not, you may consider a mico-lock brake valve, that is a releasable check valve that when activated allows you to pump up and lock brake pressure on, then release it by turning the handle lever. but the wheel cylinders must not leak! and you must comply with local regulations
  • Posted 12 Sep 2010 12:42 PM
  • edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
Step, if you ever read the disclaimer in the mico-brake lock box, you might note that they specifically say not to use the mico lock for extended parking or as a replacement for parking brakes.
Your suggestion about finding a local source for cables is a good Idea, I used to get cables made from the place that made our more custom hoses, but in part that was because they also did a lot of marine business and had customers needing custom made cables for boat motor steering and controls. Maybe some marina stores might know who could make up the cable for the OP.

"it's not rocket surgery"
  • Posted 12 Sep 2010 10:55 PM
Yes the mico-lock is unsafe and should not be relied upon as a sole means for parking the truck, they are forbidden for all but agricultural applications here (farms are exempt from OHSA regs)
  • Posted 13 Sep 2010 02:08 AM
  • simon_a
  • south yorkshire, United Kingdom
Hi you could try ft components in uk they are pretty good with mitsi parts telephone number 01635 528267 dont forget uk dialling code 44.
  • Posted 16 Sep 2010 04:21 PM
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