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I'm working on a 1968 Bullitt Clone that has a Granada front disk swap. We also converted the car to a 4 speed and power disk brakes. I am fabricating the brake lines and ran into a problem. The clearance with the big block, 4 speed and power disks is so tight that we will not be able to reach the proportioning valve which I plan to mount on the inside fender apron right under the stock distribution block. I thought about mounting the proportioning valve in the wheel well and running the lines through the fender apron, but it will be exposed to road dirt and don't know if that's such a good idea. Anyone ideas? Thanks!
 

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SSBC has a distribution block with a built in prop valve and brake light switch.

The black version is $10 cheaper.
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http://static.summitracing.com/global/images/prod/large/ssb-a0730p_w.jpg
 

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I mounted mine above the stock distribution block. It's important to keep it below the top of the fluid level in the M/C.
http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/1397/7057/156245.jpg
 

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fast68back said:
SSBC has a distribution block with a built in prop valve and brake light switch.

The black version is $10 cheaper.
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http://static.summitracing.com/global/images/prod/large/ssb-a0730p_w.jpg
That is a very cool piece.
When I was putting my system together a few months ago, even though they advertised it, it was not in production.
If it is now, that is the way to go fo sho.
 
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