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74-77 Chevy/GMC Workhorse "P" 1 Ton JF9 Type Van Front Disc/ Rear Drums Proportioning Valve

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    Product Description

    74-77 Workhorse Gmc/Chevy "P" 1 Ton Van Brake Proportioning Valve With Brake Code : JF9 Type,Code# I
    Gm# 01257225 ,1257225

    Our Proportion Valve comes with a 1 year warranty.
     For use on Disc/Drum Setup Only

    Disc/Drum Proportion Valve

    Our brake proportioning valve has a 9/16"-18 connection for Rear Brakes & Dual 3/8"-24 ports for the front brakes.
    The connections from the Master Cylinder are 1/2"-20 and 7/16"-24
    This valve comes with the correct sensor.

    This valve comes with a 1 year warranty.
    We have a prop valve bleeding tool in the related items section of this page.

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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Dealer discontinued part
    Review by Joe Frank from Altoona, PA on 1/11/2016
    Ordered part over the phone, person I talked to was well knowledge in parts new exactly what I needed and asked the right questions to insure I got the part I needed. Part arrived in 2 days and went on and worked perfectly. I will be doing more business with Carolina Classic Trucks in the future.
    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 motor home
    Review by al from fenton, Michigan on 8/4/2015
    valve was the answer,someone said they never go bad,they were wrong