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Old 01-13-2013, 03:04 AM
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Originally Posted by 1Gary View Post
Kind of a guess.Modern day systems have a proportioning valve mainly because of a disc/drum mixture.With the extra wheel cylinders in the rear,you might not be moving enough pressure/volume to the rear brakes.Certainly it is going to require more than the fronts.You might find that you need to get a adjustable proportioning valve to correct that.You have to be careful with them because the brake requirements do change when in a panic stop vs normal braking.
You may be right about the proportioning valve, I was doing a little digging on-line and I thought that there was a strong possibility that there would be something aftermarket that would increase my brake volume.

I guess I was wrong, thanks
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