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I ned to assemble the component parts and install the handbrake lever and cable to my car.

I am building a kit car that uses a handbrake lever and cable from a Jaguar XJS, this morning the parts arrived from the supplier, but I can't figure out how they go together. Can anyone send me a drawing or steer me in the right direction. Cheers Steve from Liverpool

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