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Hey People. This ought to scare you to death!! Just got my new brake setup from MP Brakes. Man it includes everything they say I needed. Underfloor 7" booster with MC, combination valve, residual valves, brake lines. The problem I have is I have never seen one installed. Would any of you happen to have a picture of how the lines are run from the MC to the brakes. Sure would make me feel better about putting the stop on my car.

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There is pretty good information on the MP Brakes website. Only thing you need to add to it is the "T" at front and the "T" at rear. If your MC is below the floor you need to add the residual valves. The proportioning valve goes in the supply line to the rear brakes before it tees off. Just install the valve so it is easily accessible for adjustment.
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Did you get a catalog from them?

The first 20 pages or so has some really useful information on setting up a brake system.
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