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Old 10-14-2010, 08:52 PM
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Originally Posted by ogre
residual valves are need when the mc is near or bellow the brake cyl or calipers.
they are needed to keep your pads closer to disc/drums
while it may not matter, i have always seen them and installed mine after all other valves
I'm not sure it matters either, but I have never seen them installed other than the following order - mc, residual pressure valves, other valves (such as a proportioning valve), then caliper / wheel cylinder. This is how I have them on my T. Just the opposite of how Ogre has seen them if I read his post correctly. Just goes to show ya' I guess when you're asking for advice on a public forum LOL!!
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