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Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Brake Distribution System

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PROPORTIONING VALVE MOUNTING BRACKET LINES AND HARDWARE. SEE 91031358-BLK.
Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Brake Distribution System
Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Brake Distribution System
Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Brake Distribution System
Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Brake Distribution System
Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Brake Distribution System

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Adjustable proportioning valve and distribution block with mounting bracket  all in one. Features a rotary adjustment to regulate rear brake pressure and help maintain correct brake bias between front and rear. Distribution block connects to master cylinder and distributes brake fluid to all four wheels. Includes two stainless steel 3/16" brake line,3/8 24 flare nut brake light switch. Also available in chrome.

  • Rotary adjustment to regulate rear brake pressure and help maintain correct brake bias between front and rear
  • Connects to master cylinder and distributes brake fluid to all four wheels
  • Hard lines are 3/8"-24 threads on both ends of both lines
  • Includes:
    • Two stainless steel 3/16" brake line
    • 3/8" 24 flare nut brake light switch
  • Choose from Black or Chrome finish

Instructions (PDF)

Learn more about how adjustable proportioning valves work by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.  

Note: This is a universal fit and that due to the differences in master cylinder castings, that it's possible the bottom of the master cylinder OR the bracket may require grinding/adjusting to fit the bracket correctly. The lines may need to be "tweaked" to fit correctly and due to the different fittings on master cylinders, adapter fittings may be required as well.

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