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U should have had a proportioning valve already on there stock. There is a combination valve that sits close to the master cylinder and u have a proportioning valve. Thats what I used. Since u don't have a prop. valve then your back brakes may lock up. As for the wires I plan to take all of mine out but u can just tuck them out of the way for now.
 

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why would they lock up? i was a dumbass and didn't put the valve back on.....i thought about it later and was kickin myself for removing it. BTW...NCHEVYVN - where is creedmoore? anywhere near wilmington or Greenville?
 

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Its about 2 1/2 hours. Actually I will be moving down there in June to live for about 3 months.

O and the proportioning valve reduces pressure in the back brakes during hard braking.
 
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