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05-20-2012 02:32 PM
hulk347 bought this from eastwood,,,,work great,worth every pennies
05-14-2012 05:44 PM
lines for portion valve lines

Nappa carries all your lines, ever try the bone yard there a third of the cost for the valve, when bleeding don't forget to vent the pressure relief port to balance the internal shaft
05-11-2012 11:24 PM
Triaged Make the lines yourself. It isn't hard to bend or flare. The hard part can be finding the right nuts to put on before you flare it. I bet Summit carries them.
05-09-2012 05:52 PM
Proportioning valve lines?

Ok guys so i found out what was wrong with my master cylinder was out and my proportioning valve is messed up as well.....For the proportioning valve, I found one listed below for $90....But then on summit racing i found one for half that price without the lines (also shown below)..where can i buy these lines and what are they called so i can save some $$$$? Thanks!
its a 1979 firebird BTW

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