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Old 12-30-2012, 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Rosylab View Post
Hi. I just registered as a member and am a newbie at this posting thing so please bear with me. I noticed this old thread about distribution blocks while searching the net and was wondering if Joe's question was ever resolved. I am converting the drum brakes in my 69 GTO to discs and was wondering as well what to do with my old distribution block on the frame. A new combination valve will be installed on the MC so should I remove the dist block and plumb the "rear" output on the new valve straight to the "T" fitting at back axle and run new separate lines to each of the front wheels or can I block off one "front" port and run a line from the remaining "front" port to a "T" fitting and connect to my existing front lines?
You can do either, choice is yours.

See #3 under B) Line Connections: http://www.jegs.com/InstallationInst.../884-A0730.pdf

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