Brake Metering-Hold-Off Valve
Universal Fit, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Fixed Proportioning Valve Type, Brass, Natural
- Allows the rear brakes a chance to start to engage before the front brakes do
- Enables user a better feel and more control
- Does not replace the proportioning valve, but compliments it
- 3/8"-24 IFF fittings
- Constructed of the finest brass material for added strength and durability
If you touch the brakes and the fronts instantly lockup, you need this valve. It allows the rear brakes a chance to start to engage before the front brakes do, which gives you a better feel and more control.
It does not replace the proportioning valve, but compliments it. 3/8"-24 IFF fittings.
910-31363 Instructions (pdf)
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