202209-15 (Th) SkateSailV3 Longer brake cale for mountain board

The brake handle that shipped with my mountain board was long enough to hold in my rear hand and short enough that it wouldn't snag on the wheels. Unfortunately, this wasn't going to work with a sail where I needed both hands in front of me.
Replacement lever, cable, and cable guide

I bought a longer cable, a new handle, and a 90° guide. Instead of swapping out just the cable, I replaced the whole apparatus so I could quickly switch back if I wanted to ride it like before. I used a 7/8" (22 mm) wooden dowel for the handle. I'll probably replace this with a custom piece as I find a functional sail design, so I didn't do any work to add a grip or make it comfortable.
Extra-long brake cable

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