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moving brake proportioning valve

I need to move my proportioning valve from the side of the frame to the top for header clearance. (V-8 into '81 CJ-7). I'm hoping to unbolt alot of the brake line holding clamps and carefully "massage" all the lines to the top. Any thoughts?

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Re: moving brake proportioning valve

If you end up needing to cut and double flare lines, it is pretty easy. You might want to make a bracket that moves the proportioning vavle to the top of the frame and a little to the outside.

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Re: moving brake proportioning valve

i would suggest getting two new shorter lines.. from the master cylinder down to there.. move the valve to inside the engine bay.. and then get two other short lines with a double male fitting and mate them together... those lines are only 3-6 bucks a pop.. and would be easier...
but it depends on how far you want to move it..

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