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brake handle pin

Hello I just picked up a project car at 68 mustang GT/CS and have been working on the brakes. The brake handle has a pin in it and have no idea how to get it out does anybody have any ideas?

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I've seen ideas from using a punch to push the pin in until it clears the plastic handle, to destroying the old one and pulling the pin out. Check some of the Mustang forums for how others "handled" it. No pun intended.



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Welcome to the site! I'm moving your thread to the classic tech forum to get you some more responses, best of luck.

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I had to cut my old handle out on my 65, the pin was stuck solid. I did try to punch it out with no luck.
Once the handle is cut away, the pin is a lot easier to get out.
The new handle and pin went together easily.

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