Pontiac Firebird Rear Brake Cable
About Rear Brake Cable
Basic brake cables are not much expensive but higher-budget cables and housings would add features such as enhanced corrosion resistance as well as friction-reducing coatings on the inner wire and housing. They can be a relatively low priced performance upgrade to boost the braking power of your bike.
What is the purpose of Rear Brake Cable?
Cables are utilized for braking on bikes with cable-pull brakes. They comprise of two parts: an inner cable of braided stainless steel wire and an outer cable housing, and work by transmitting force utilizing a combination of tension on the inner cable and compression to the housing.
How Rear Brake Cable Works?
The parking brake in a lot of automobiles is still completely mechanical. Traditionally engaged by pulling a lever, the cables would manually engage part of the car's braking system, generally the rear disk or drum brakes. The mechanical nature would allow the driver to apply the brake even if the main hydraulic brake system fails.