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oem MC and prop valve on disk/disk

due to issues that drums have with mud I decided to do a rear disk. I was going to go with the caddi calipers but have read a lot of horror storys with them. So i just got some metric calpers. Anyway there all instaled and ready to go. now the front of my truck has stander gm big calipers, the MC is from a 3/4 ton chevy with hydroboost from an astro van. in my reserch it seems every one uses the vet mc from 67-78. So i was wonderin if this will bolt up to the the hydroboost i have now? second quetion my pic a prat has a **** load of the eldrados with the disk disk set up, so would those be a good mc and prop valve to use?

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You could start with the stock 3/4 ton truck master cylinder, just make sure there is no check valve installed in either port. Since the application is different than what the factory proportioning valve was designed for, I would scrap it and install an adjustable proportioning valve into the rear line. That way you can set the brake balance to suit your vehicle.

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