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Old 03-29-2011, 10:42 PM
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need help with my truck

got a 1986 ford f600 boyfriend bought it im a ford girl he is a chevy man so he needs help am looking for what he calls a proportion valve little piece that connects lines to master cylinder and front brake lines 2 lines 1 side 1 line on other can't find it any ideas
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sounds like me and my man...my truck is the one in my sig, his is a heavily modified 87 chevy that started out as a 2wd custom deluxe.

i'm a little confused...trying to find proportionate valve specific location on truck or where to get another one? bf likes lmc truck for harder-to-find stuff if you haven't tried there yet
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yes if ya cant find it anywhere else lmc will usually have it just pay more for it. that girl in the above post is so smart an so darn cute lol
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That's assuming it has a proportioning valve? I thought PV were for Disk front/drum rear combo's. . .that big of a truck is all Drum brakes right?

Just food for thought. . .if there is a PV I would assume it is under the Drivers Side on the frame somewhere, that's where it usually is on most other vehicles
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