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I have a 67 chevy ii with drum brakes and I need what I'm guessing is a proprtioning valve but I can't seem to find one anywhere I hope someone knows a place to get one I know I should just convert to discs but I can't afford it right now and I really want to drive my car thanks for any info you guys have
 

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I have a 67 chevy ii with drum brakes and I need what I'm guessing is a proprtioning valve but I can't seem to find one anywhere I hope someone knows a place to get one I know I should just convert to discs but I can't afford it right now and I really want to drive my car thanks for any info you guys have
Do you still have the single res master? I am pretty sure a prop valve is only needed when using disc brakes??
 

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1967's were required, by federal law, to have dual res. master cylinders. Both disc/drum and drum/drum masters had proportioning valves. You need to check and make sure you're getting the right combo for your rig.

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