Disc/Drum Proportioning Valve - Brass

Disc/Drum Proportioning Valve - Brass
Disc/Drum Proportioning Valve - Brass

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1974-1986 Jeep CJ5, CJ7, CJ8 Scrambler

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Disc/Drum Proportioning Valve - Brass

Important Notes:

  • NOT a direct fit. Will require new fittings.


  • 1974-1983 Jeep CJ5
  • 1974-1986 Jeep CJ7
  • 1974-1986 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler


These brake proportioning valves are designed to ensure that proper brake fluid pressure is supplied to the front and rear wheels.

Product Details:

  • (2) 3/8-24" ports for the front brakes
  • (1) 9/16-18" port for the rear brakes
  • Dash warning light connector

Parts Included:

  • (1) Disc/Drum Proportioning Valve - Brass

Years Covered:

1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986

Alternate Part Numbers: PV2

Verified Buyer 09/25/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Worked good

Worked good
Verified Buyer 05/29/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Great product

It bolted right up. The only thing that was kinda pain was the adapter i needed for the rear brakes to the valve. But a few trips to orileys and i got it figured out.
4 out of 5 stars

Two things I wish I had known

The rear port is NOT 9/16-18 thread pitch. It is 7/16-24 so you will need a new fitting and a brake line flaring tool. Second thing- almost certainly your original low pressure sensor is a two prong connector. Pull the cap and check. If so, you will need item 52 which is made by the same company. It's $3.99 and you can just splice it into your existing 2 wire and it will work just fine. My thanks to George Perez for all of the free advice.
1 out of 5 stars

wrong part

This is simply a G.M. combination valve being passed off as a Jeep part. It is similar to a jeep part but the biggest difference is the 9/16 -18 rear brake line fitting won't fit the 7/16-24 fitting on the brake lines on the jeep (1980 CJ) A bushing would be an easy fix if one that size existed.So don't buy this unless youre planning to change the rear brake lines too and I'm still not sure if that's possible. Morris was no help at all solving this problem.
Verified Buyer 05/17/2015
1 out of 5 stars


Mine started leaking too, after only 300 miles