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Username Post: Brake question        (Topic#351873)
dtwbcs 
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dtwbcs
Loc: College Station,Tx
Reg: 04-19-10
07-04-18 06:37 PM - Post#2738986    

1960 Bel Air sedan 235 engine
Converted to disc brakes on front;dual master cylinder. Do I need any residual valve?

Thanks in advance,

Danny
1960 BelAir 4dr sedan, original 235engine,3/4cam(Patricks '),848head,Clifford intake&Fenton headers,Wayne valve&side cover,BeeHiveOil filter,Langdon's HEI set-up,3spd MANUAL OD trans,


 




62chevy427 
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Reg: 04-13-06
07-05-18 08:26 PM - Post#2739125    
    In response to dtwbcs

i would strongly recommend a 2 lb residual valve for the rear brakes.

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