Power Disc Brake Distribution Block 1970-1972

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Power Disc Brake Distribution Block 1970-1972
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Product Description

HAS STOP LIGHT SWITCH AND FACTORY BRACKET.

ALSO FITS COUGAR, FAIRLANE AND TORINO

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I originally had a manual drum brakes and converted to front disc. The front disc is off original 1970 mustang. I also converted to power brakes as well. Is this the. Correct valve ?

Asked by: 1970 mustang restoration
Yes, or you could use an adjustable one like this, http://www.cjponyparts.com/ssbc-adjustable-proportioning-valve-and-distribution-block-all-in-one-1965-1973/p/BCV2-V/
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-04-27

For a 1970 Mustang front stock disc with booster and rear drums, is this the right block? Or do I need part BCV1 on the site? The block that came with the car is D8BC-2B328-BB.

Asked by: NachoGrande
This should be the correct one for your application.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-22

There seems to me a lack of information as to what type of system it is for. I have a 1970 Mustang with disc brakes front and rear. The paper in the package shows the rear line goes to drums. PDB is all it says here. What gives?

Asked by: Darold
Since you have 4 wheel disc brakes I would suggest using part #BCV4 or BCV2. BCV2 has an adjustable proportioning valve for the rear brakes.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-07
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