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Question Emerg brake removal

How is the emerg brake handle attached to the stud it pivots on? I removed the 13 mm bolt and thought the handle would just slide off. No way! Is there a C clip or something holding this on that I can't see? Thanks for the help.
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Nothing else. The shaft gets rusted and makes it a pita to get off. I used some penetrating oil then put a crow bar between the brake and long. Worked the brake while applying pressure with the crow bar. Took a lot of grunt but it did eventually come off. There is a nylon bushing in there so I wouldn't recommend heat.
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