Scott Drake Brake Fluid Distribution Block for all 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with Disc Brakes.
If your 1967-1973 Mustang with disc brakes is leaking brake fluid or if you've noticed your brakes are "sinking" toward the floor, you could be dealing with a faulty brake fluid distribution block. Fortunately, there's an easy fix for these problems: a new Brake Fluid Distribution Block by Scott Drake!
Features & Benefits:
- For Mustangs with Disc Brakes
- Will Fit Other Year Mustangs with Mounting and Brake Line Modifications
- Mounts on the Inner Fender Near the Master Cylinder
- Efficiently Distributes Brake Fluid Between the Front and Rear Brakes
- Includes the Correct Mounting Bracket for 1968-1969 Mustangs
- Made from Durable Materials
This Scott Drake C7ZZ-2B257-A Brake Fluid Distribution Block is for 1967-1973 Mustangs with disc brakes, but it'll also fit other year Mustangs with mounting and brake line modifications. It'll help keep your Mustang safely on the road by efficiently distributing brake fluid between the front and rear brakes, ensuring your brakes respond as they should, especially when you need them the most! Your new brake fluid distribution block will easily mount on the inner fender near the master cylinder.
Please Note: This brake fluid distribution block has the correct mounting bracket for 1968-1969 Mustangs. Other Mustang years must drill holes. This is a late-model rebuilt unit that may not be a direct fit replacement. It may require bending the brake lines in order to install it properly.
*This product also fits 1967-1973 Mercury Cougars.
Order a Scott Drake C7ZZ-2B257-A Brake Fluid Distribution Block for your 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973 Mustang with Disc Brakes from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Is there a distribution block that will work for front and rear drum brakes on a 1970 Mustang?
Does this work with disc breaks all around
distribution block c7zz-2b257-a need proportion valve?
To clarify - does the scot drake block also function as a proportioning valve? I was told by an industry expert today - that it does have a proportioning valve in it. Would I still need an additional, adjustable proportioning valve for the rear brakes
My original drum brake car's distribution block broke - I upgraded to SSBC discs in front and bigger drums in back. Does this distribution block require a separate proportioning valve?
I have a 1991 Ford Disc/Drum Master cylinder with plastic reservoir and it has a proportioning valve on it for the rear drum brakes so do I need proportioning/combination valve in the system or just the distribution block?
Is this the valve I need for my 68 with factory four wheel drum brakes
The bracket doesn't look like the one in my 1973 mustang. Is the photo correct? The block that I am comparing to IS the original.
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