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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 5:35 am 
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Location: Eastern Washington
Well I just joined the forum and thought I'd be the first person to post something useful ("helpfully") in the tech section.

On a recent camping trip I discovered that I had nearly no brakes when we went to return home. After a bit of sleuthing I discovered that my proportional valve had failed. The metering valve was squirting fluid and sucking air. After hours of internet research, a couple of emails, and a phone call I located a brand new replacement valve from Carolina Classic Trucks http://www.carolinaclassictrucks.com/73-78-GMC-MotorHome-prop-valve.html.

Part Number: 73-78-GMC-MotorHome-prop-valve

The valve was a direct replacement and required no modifications. I did take the opportunity to replace the brake lines from the proportional valve to the master cylinder.

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