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JEGS Proportioning Valve and Distribution Block Rotary Adjustment Valve

JEGS 63025

555-63025

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JEGS Proportioning Valve and Distribution Block Rotary Adjustment Valve $84.99
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Proportioning Valve & Distribution Block
  • Rotary Adjustment Valve
  • 2 Inlets
  • 3 Outlets
  • Billet Aluminum
  • Black Anodize Finish with JEGS Logo
    Includes:
  • (5) Fittings
  • (1) Brake Light Switch
  • (1) Wiring Pigtail

  • JEGS 63025 Details

    Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Inlet Attachment
    Female Threads
    Outlet Attachment
    Female Threads
    Adjustment Style
    Rotary dial
    Inlet Quantity
    Two
    Outlet Quantity
    Three
    Proportioning Valve Finish
    Black anodized
    Proportioning Valve Material
    Aluminum
    Inlet Size (in.)
    3/8-24
    Outlet Size (in.)
    3/8-24
    Pressure Reduction (%)
    57 percent
    Maximum psi
    3,000
    Minimum psi
    100
    Notes
    N/A
    Shipping Weight:
    1.11
    Package Height:
    6.400
    Package Width:
    6.500
    Package Depth:
    2.300
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    260-11179-MBM

    JEGS Adjustable Proportioning Valves and Distribution Blocks are designed for dual bowl master cylinders, incorporating an adjustable proportioning valve and a distribution block into one unit. Each style features a rotary adjustment valve with directional arrows for fine incremental adjustments to reduce or increase the front to rear bias. Two inlets from the master cylinder, two outlets to the front brakes, and one outlet to the rear brakes distribute fluid to all four wheels. Units include five stainless steel fittings for 3/16" brake line, brake light switch, and wiring pigtail. Conveniently mounts in any location.

    Note: Not designed as a direct replacement for factory style blocks, some line modifications may be necessary.Mounting Bracket not Included.

    63025 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made Got it for my old truck that I am restoring, it is what I needed for the job.
    Date published: 2017-08-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product Had an abs system that was terrible from the day the truck was new. Put up with it through warranty period but snow and ice driving was nearly impossible with unreliable braking. Finally took it out and installed this. Works great and is very well machined. If your abs is junk, install this and get back 100% control of your brakes!
    Date published: 2016-04-11
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    I have a 41 chevy with camaro subframe and 12 bolt rearend. I ordered a jegs rear disc conversion and it recommends this part. does this go in the line from my existing proportioning valve under the master cylinder or does it replace it?

    Asked by: joe41
    You can use this either way, it ia a distribution valve and a proportioning valve in 1 unit.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-17

    My proportioning valve on my 67 Mercury Cougar is over the rear axle my understanding is that it is to keep static pressure on the rear drums does this proportioning valve have to be removed as the calipers do not require this pressure

    Asked by: matthew063
    Correct, you do not want to use any residual proportioning style system with disc brakes unless the master cylinder is below the level of the calipers.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-14

    What is the purpose of the Allen set screw near the rear brake line outlet?

    Asked by: KMAG
    It is used only in the manufacturing and assembly process. Removal will damage unit.
    Answered by: Seth W
    Date published: 2018-05-16

    Have a 95 k1500 Z71 removing abs has front disc rear shoes, will this one work

    Asked by: Robert1000
    This is not recommended for your application.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-19
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