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need pics of '67 Nova brake line routing.

I did a disc conversion and the diagram for the brakes was very poor. Can anyone post a picture with the m/c and prop valve so I can see which line goes where? Thanks.

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Look around here should be able to sort it out. Take notice of the fitting sizes, they will determine where the brake lines go and to what set of wheels.

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i found this. are the connection ports always the same? https://leedbrakes.com/files/proport...alve-guide.jpg
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Yes, that is a very standard part. Did you change the MC with the upgrade you are working on?
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Yes, that is a very standard part. Did you change the MC with the upgrade you are working on?
Yes, I had the 1 chamber stock m/c, going now with a 2 chamber one
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Yes, I had the 1 chamber stock m/c, going now with a 2 chamber one

Wise move ... you should have a successful upgrade .
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I still can't find routing pic that goes from driver side to passenger
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Not following the question, the car had brakes and the brake line is in place .. or should be.

Now if the question is how run the second line. Follow the pass line, back to where it connects to the DS line. Look for "T" or block. BTW it does not matter which front port of the PV is used for the DS or PS ....

Disconnect the PS line and plug "T" using a union connect a brake line and take it back to the PV. You could use a coat hanger to mock or lay out the route.

There are companies out there that do sell brake ling kits.

Be mindful when they ship they are usually folded as a way as to ship them.

I would think a camaro kit would get you real close: Look around here if you don't have a tube bender or flaring tools

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https://www.summitracing.com/search/...ines%2C%20Sets

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