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Hey! Nice Rack! "Celette"
 
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I'm removing the proportioning valve and would like to replace it with a "T" fitting. I checked five parts stores today but struck out. Does anyone know where I can get one QUICK? It's like a dollar waiting on a dime. Has anyone ever bought one from pelican?
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I used one from a junk 911. It's a solid piece of metal, if there's no rust and the threads are good a used one is fine I figure.

As I remember there are two on some 911's, the one in the front trunk is easier to get to.

Someone metioned a VW piece also fitting, but I don't know the application or PN.
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I don't need to tell you all what a great site this is, but I wanted to tell you all that I sent an e-mail to Tom and Wayne about the "T" fitting this weekend. I honestly did not expect to hear from them til after the holiday, but I thought I should let you all know that my 928 fiche and "t" fitting are on the way. Small thing, Big meaning,Nuff said
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Had same experiance, t fitting and all. PP is always there. Once in a while I just cant wait, thats when I goto the local hardware store and make shift something
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This is the same part in a VW bug as in the 911. Just trace back the break lines to it. . .

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Remember that it is metric sized connections on the tee. If you can't find one, call CNC in San Diego at 619-275-1663 and ask for Chuck, he knows most everything about brakes.
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