Designed to be used in stock configuration on vehicles with disc/drum brakes. Recommended when large-port GM master cylinder is on the firewall.
JEGS offers a variety of Brake Proportioning Valves to step up your braking power. These prop valves are designed with a one-piece chrome or brass body made for disc/drum or disc/disc applications.
Will this work on a 1982 Pontiac firebird and if not which will
What is the vent hole on the fitting where the rear brake line connects for? Mine is leaking brake fluid out of that hole. Is there a proportioning valve that doesn't have that vent hole and will it fit on a 1987 Chevy Blazer?
Will this valve ( part number 555-631290) fit my 1973 blazer 4wd with original disc on front and drums on rear brake system ? Thank You !
will the fit 1990 G30 motorhome
This is for swapping disc brakes into the rear correct? '98 Sierra sle 2wd
Does this fit a 1979 chevy silverado all time 4x4 pickup truck
Will this fit on my 78 f250 Ranger.
Are there any recommendations (or specifications) for the size of Brake lines that need to be used for the fronts and rears coming out of this valve?
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