His ad is always in the PRA mag. If you don't have one I will get you the #. No website. Air Command also has them. Brock has them also. I think they are pretty much universal but take some measurements before you call & ask them if it will work. Good Luck.
Thanks for the number, and other replies. I don't have a PRA mag. I used to have a bunch, but gave them away. I renewed my membership, but some how have be left off the mailing list. I have called and emailed to no avail. But, that is a different matter What did you do with your old one?
What comes to mind on something other than rope. There is a pull twist and lock T-handle that ,I believe, uses a wire cable. That would or could work pretty slick especially through an enclosure.
The Wunderlich break does not use a rope or anything to operate the brake. You just push the cyclic stick forward to the full extent which engages the rotor brake. I and many other "fix" the rotor brake actuator (round nylon piece - cut off a little shorter so it does not engage until the stick is all the way forward) in place so it is always ready to work when the stick is pushed.
Cool, Thanks. Chuck, the one that I saw had a rope and a T handle like for a go cart engine. You pulled on the rope to apply the brake. I think I understand that you can also set it up like your saying for full forward stick. That's interesting. Ken I didn't see your post until I posted. I understand now