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Old 03-19-2005, 11:25 PM
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i want to add a 97 camaro rear end to my 62 chevy i've got everything figured out but the brakes. i have disc brakes on the front ,do i need a proportoining valve to make the rear brakes work properly?

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Yes, you will need a proportioning valve and also a master cylinder designed for disc brake application.

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Use all the stuff from the Camaro donor.
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