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1962 hawk disc brakes

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  • chet445
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    Maybe I meant Jim eh?

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  • swvalcon
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    Try it with out. Find a large parking lot or back road and check it out. Do some major panic stops.

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  • 64Avanti
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    Power or no power does not change the proportioning between the front or rear.

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  • r1lark
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    Originally posted by chet445 View Post
    I have tried calling Ted but not successful. There are no power brakes...just my foot. Thank you for the jnfo. Chet
    Ted?................................

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  • chet445
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    I have tried calling Ted but not successful. There are no power brakes...just my foot. Thank you for the jnfo. Chet

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  • kmul221
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    Ted informed me if U do not have power brakes proportioning valve is not necessary !

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  • r1lark
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    Your best source of information is Jim Turner. I would suggest calling or emailing him.

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  • chet445
    started a topic Brakes: 1962 hawk disc brakes

    1962 hawk disc brakes

    I have Turner disc brakes on the front and drum on the rear. The master cylinder is two reservoir. My question is, "Do I need a proportion valve?" Thanks, Chet445
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