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Old 02-20-2008, 07:17 PM
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Getting ready to plumb the brake system on my project. The kit I got came with proportioning valve (only 1) and residual valves ( 2 - 2lb) 1 for front and 1 for rear brakes. The master cylinder is mount to the frame, not in the engine compartment.

Based on my understanding the proportioning valve goes on the rear circuit with one of the residual valves. Am I correct in this ?? If so, does the residual valve go closer to the master cylinder than the proportioning valve ???

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There is your answer. The residual valve goes before the proportioning valve.Way to go NEW INTERIORS. I have to get you to show me how to put pics out of a catalog like that. I have no clue.
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There is your answer. The residual valve goes before the proportioning valve.Way to go NEW INTERIORS. I have to get you to show me how to put pics out of a catalog like that. I have no clue.

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