rear proportioning valve removal question

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  1. silos92

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    my question is for anyone who has down this, when you remove the valve in the rearend which brake line do you use to connect to the rubber brake hose??? my brakes been sticking bad and i think the rpv might be the reason, thanks
     
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    yeah i saw this post before but i was still confused as which line to hook together, plus i never seem to have very good luck rying to use the search bar
     
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    Lol. Just guide urself by the pics. Take pics on ur phone n go out to ur truck
     
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    You cap off the high pressure side and follow tht back an disconnect it from the rpv then connect the remaining line to the rubber hose
     
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    got, it thanks guys
     
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    Woohoo full rear braking pressure lol. I remember when I had that and once I locked up the brakes to stop fast lol. It was scary but it works.
     
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