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Brake Proportioning Valve........??

Does anyone know of a source for a brake proportioning valve other than Suzuki? I've been searching and haven't come up with anything....
Does anyone know how much Suzuki might want for it? I have an 87.....
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One million dollars

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Re: Brake Proportioning Valve........??

Email sean at aftermarket 4x4 . I got a good used one from him for 30.00 . Otherwise be prepared to pay Suzuki a lot or replumb a Wilwood in . If you plan on doing disc brakes in the future , the wilwood is a good investment .
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Re: Brake Proportioning Valve........??

talking about a front/rear proportioning valve? toyotas have one that mightbe fitted to a sammy. may be worth a look.
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Re: Brake Proportioning Valve........??

Actually, $115.16 if they had it in stock.....
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Re: Brake Proportioning Valve........??

with drum rears when mine started to leak i bypased it with some line couplers noticed slightly better brakes i have gone to disks and still havent replaced it havent noticed any thing strange with the brakes but my rear pads arent seated properly either i need to turn the rotors then i will probably need one
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