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Hello,

I bought what was billed as an early Ford disc brake proportioning valve off of ebay. It is not quite what I thought I was getting. It has six ports instead of the five I expected it would have.

It appears to be a Kesley Hayes unit. The part number is:

K/H 23 3 D2ZA 2B328 AA X

I think this is the type that needs the separate loop of tubing with an in line valve (hence the six instead of five holes). Anyone know what this goes to? Anyone want to trade it for a more conventional unit?

John Harvey
 

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It appears to be off a 1972 Mustang, at first glance of the engineering number. If you can take a picture(s) of it and e-mail them to [email protected], I think I can ID it for you.

Mark
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If it was off of a 72 Mustang would it have a loop between two of the ports? And if yes would the loop have a valve, or is the valve in the block itself already?

I should be able to send pics tomorrow.

John Harvey
 
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