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Unread 05-18-2013, 03:11 PM   #1
mirage100
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Left brake line hook up on proportioning valve

Trying to hook up the left front brake line on my proportioning valve on my CJ 7 frame with a shackle reversal suspension installed on it. The port for the brake line comes out the bottom . When you install the line it hits the shackle. I think I need is a 90 degree fitting . I have been looking ALL day on line for this. Does anyone know where I can get a male fitting that will fit in the female male part of the valve. This is hard to explain. The female part will take a 3/8 fitting but must fit the flair in side the valve. I hope someone understands what I am talking about. Thanks

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