I have a 77 cj5 that came stock with drum/drum brakes. I upgraded the complete front axle with a donor 78 Dana 30 that has disc brakes. Will I have to change the proportioning valve to accomodate the front disc brakes or will I be fine just swapping the master cylinder to a disc/drum unit?
Asked by smoke from pa on
Smoke, It is recommended to replace the proportioning valve as the fluid pressure between front and rear is different between drum and disc. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S @ Ext 4876 from pa on
I understand this will not work in my 81 CJ8? What is it about it that makes it not work? Can I get adapters or differently threaded lines or something?? thank you, Alan
Asked by Alan from NC on
Hello Allen, The Inline Tube Brake Proportioning Valve difference is the brake switch. One is a 2 wire and one is a 1 wire. You can use your existing switch in this proportioning valve and it should work fine on your 81. Hope that helps.
Answered by Adam from NC on
I have a 1981 jeep CJ 7 with a 258 inline engine.what proportion valve will work on my vehicle? any help will be appreciated. dane carpenter
Asked by mad dog from on
Hey Mad Dog, the Inline Tube Brake Proportioning Valve would not work for your and at this time we do not have one that will. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
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