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Proportioning valve pictures and diagram needed

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  1. Tirekickertoo

    Tirekickertoo Well-Known Member

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    Hello,
    I am looking for proportioning valve pictures and brake line diagrams for a manual disc brake front and rear drum brake 1974 Dodge Challenger. I will be adding this OEM factory system to my car in a few days. I'm not exactly sure which way this valve is suppose to be mounted to the inner fender well or what brake lines connect to which port?

    Thanks in advance for your help,

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  2. azmoparboy

    azmoparboy Well-Known Member

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    Hi, I have a 1973 shop manual and here is the view of the valve. I don’t have a view of the lines themselves, but if you’ve ordered and have the correct lines from a reputable line fabricator , your lines should hook up with just a little line adjustment. Hope this helps

    Azmoparboy

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  3. 340challconvert

    340challconvert Well-Known Member

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    This is from a Satellite, but layout and line placements should be similar. Hope it helps

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  4. Rapidfire

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    This is a stock set up on my 70 challenger. It has the manual front disc/rear drum. Should be the same on your 74!?

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