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I'm in the process of changing my 71 Mustang over from manual drum brakes to power disc brakes. My question concerns the distribution block for the fluid going to the front and rear brakes. Can I use the same one as for the drums or do i need to get a disc brake block from a parts car? Can a adjustable distribution block (like the ones from Wilwood) be used in place of a factory piece, or do they work in conjunction with each other?
I've got all of my other parts including new lines, but this one item kind of has me stumped. Thanks to all for any help.
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Use the SAME diverter valve/block that you used on your drums, but also install an adjustable prop valve between the diverter valve and the rear brakes. This will allow you to change the pressure going to the rear, and give you the right bias.
 
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