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Right Stuff RV05 Brake Splitter/Metering Block, 1967-70 Camaro
Right Stuff RV05 Brake Splitter/Metering Block, 1967-70 Camaro

Right Stuff RV05 Brake Splitter/Metering Block, 1967-70 Camaro

67-70 Chevy Camaro, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Fixed Proportioning Valve Type, Natural

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Right Stuff RV05 Brake Splitter/Metering Block, 1967-70 Camaro
Right Stuff RV05 Brake Splitter/Metering Block, 1967-70 Camaro
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Brake System Type:
Disc/Drum
Proportioning Valve Type:
Fixed
Proportioning Valve Location:
Bottom Mount
Finish:
Natural
Color:
Natural
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For all Drum and Disc Brakes. Mounts under master cylinder.

  • For all Drum and Disc Brakes
  • Mounts under master cylinder
  • For 1967-70 Camaro

 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Looking for a performance or custom brake set-up? Whether you're replacing components or building your brakes from scratch, you may wonder what size master cylinder or booster to use. No need to worry, just follow our handy guide.

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