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mydreamfinished
    
1947 wc 1/2 ton also have a 1987 dodge dakota for a rear axle will use stock front brakes
If I use the stock mc (with a 1 1/4inch bore) and front brakes (because I have the parts) Could I use proportioning vave in the line? THE front clylinders are step bore 11/4 X1


3/8The 1987 Dakota is a 4 wheel drivewith disc brakes the front hubs bolt on to the spindleand backing plate IF this works I will have to change the MC over. IThank you in advance.
posted: February 27, 2011
 
    
 
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23dodges10
    
there are actually adjustable proportioning valves to tweak the flow from front to rear brakes. speedway sells them for hot rods and gives pretty good descriptive hints about them
posted:  February 28, 2011
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