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Help!! 1966 Pontiac Lemans front disc conversion

I converted my front brakes to disc and I'am trying to figure out the best way to set up the lines from the master cylinder. Should I use the stock distribution block on the frame and run one line from the master cylinder to the block taking care of the front and run the second line from the master cylinder directly to the rear brake line with a proportioning valve in between? or should I install a new distribution block that has the proportioning valve incorporated into it.

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Hi,
The link is to in-line tube scroll down to the 5th 6th & 8th pictures
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Thanks Richard, that site answered alot of my questions, now I just need to order.
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