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  1. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    I have a 1964 Studebaker Commander that originally came with drum brakes all around. I have replace the front drums with a disc conversion kit that I found. In doing so I also put in a new master cylinder and a proportioning valve for the rear brakes. The car has a hill holder unit in it...
  2. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    Never used this on a hot rod always used the 2# and 10# residue valve and a adjustable proportioning valve ! Disc front drums rear . Now this one has GM disc brakes all the way around so it's using this brass proportioning valve and I have no idea what's it off off ! The problem is the little...
  3. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    I installed the disc brakes from a Dodge Aspen to my 66 Belvedere and that was pretty simple... I did replace all hardware,, shoes pads and drums along with a power brake and booster that is re-manufactured. The proportioning valve was used from the donor car.I left it sitting for a few months...
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