1972 Chevy Corvette - The Sure-Footed Shark, Part 2 Photo Gallery
04 Remove the “Mickey Mouse” clip that keeps the parking-brake cable in its bracket—this one has already been pried over to one side—and pry the cable out of its armature on the hub. Depending on the condition of your parking brake, this may require some force to do. Remove the cable from its bracket, which you’ll notice has been relocated to the top of the trailing arm instead of its factory location on the side. This modification allows for greater wheel/tire clearance.