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Old 05-30-2006, 11:17 PM
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Unhappy 73 F-100 porportioning valve FAST

Anybody know where I could pick up a new or reconditioned brake porportioning valve really quick. I need the truck for a fishing trip in 9 days. Any help or leads would be greatly appreciated. I am located in Elk Point Alberta which is by the Saskatchewan border in between Lloydminster and Cold Lake.
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Old 05-31-2006, 10:21 PM
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Guess now I know why the valve is considered obsolete by Ford if they never break. Wish someone had told mine not to die. First it started to give less and less pressure to my rear brakes and then it finally just started puking out fluid everytime I applied pressure. I thought maybe a loose fitting but my mechanic says its more than that. Something has let go in its innards. Million thanks for the lead. I found one at a local salvage yard today and I checked FTE sponsers. BroncoGraveyard sells new ones so I think I'll order one for the future just in case.
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