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brake proportioning valve

2 questions.

First, is there a difference for valves on power vs. non-power brake systems.

And secondly, what is the ordering of the lines as they come into the valve.

I was outside today and tried to put on the stainless lines that I got to my 76 CJ-5 and I was having some issues as to what lines went into where on the valve. Also, the stainless kit had the 2 lines that go to the master cylinder and one was larger then the other where it attaches to the valve. The problem I have is that my valve has all the same size openings.

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OK, since no one answered this, I went out and got a valve from a 79, now I have 2. One that has an angle that goes toward the front and one that does not. One installs with 1 screw and the other installs with 2. So, now I am confused because the pre-bent stainless lines from the rear has an upwards bend in it but no where to put it underneath.

Can anyone provide a picture of a power brake proportioning valve from a late 70's CJ-5?

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i don't have a picture but i know on mine i had 2 different sise lines and my valve were all same size holes but 1 so i just got brass reducers to make it work i can't remember if that was the way i got or not but works

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that is a good idea, but instead of a reducer, I need an increaser!

The one I have has all the same lines, but one of the stainless lines I have it bigger.

thanks for the info.


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