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Old 05-04-2011, 08:25 PM
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disc brake conversion/distribution block/Proportioning valve -- help

disc brake conversion/distribution block/Proportioning valve


So i got this kit for my 1970 Lemans sport the other day and am just trying to figger out how to set up the proportioning valve with what i have stock in the car now.

my question is when hooking up the Proportioning valve, do i need to take out the distribution block, or can i just plum the lines coming from the master (in the car now) to the Proportioning valve.

as my car has drums all around now, this should be a distribution block and not a valve right?

Or, would it just be better to take it out and run some new/extensions lines?


the kit:

Chevy 1964-74 A, F, X Body Complete Stock Height Kit

tracked down some 69/70 shop manual pics:




distribution block in the car now:



Master in the car now:



Proportioning valve that came with the kit:




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