Oh sorry I guess I catch that, I apologize. But what I wound up doing is taking the brake+the wire off completely. Apparently underneat is a hexagonal nut bolted to the end of the drive shaft, and it sits inside the brake pad, and the brake pad is sandwiched between two metal plates. When electricity is applied to the coil spring, the plates separate, allowing the brake pad to spin (along with the drive shaft). When there is no power in the coil spring, they then hold the brake pad between them, which in turn hold the nut, which in turn keeps the drive shaft from spinning. So when my motor goes vrooom the hexagonal shaped nut goes vrroooom with it since I didn't bother going deep inside the motor. But it works nonetheless. Placing two 12 AWG wires in one Sabertooth 2x25 terminal block is very challenging.