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Forget the valve. I've replaced the master cylinder and every part except one caliper in the front. Then I switched to D44 axles and did it all again. You don't need to do anything with it, just bleed as usual. If you mess with it and it breaks, it's big $$$.

JEEPN
'97 TJ Sport
'81 CJ-8 Scrambled!
'71 Commando SC-1
'51 CJ-3A
'47 CJ-2A
 

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Just curious, but has anyone removed the proportioning valve from the jeep completely? What would result? Mine is still attached but with their expense, are they really needed? question

JEEPN
'97 TJ Sport
'81 CJ-8 Scrambled!
'71 Commando SC-1
'51 CJ-3A
'47 CJ-2A
 
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