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    Anyone know where I can get a brake distribution block for my 1968 Newport. It has drum brakes w/duel master. I've been looking but no luck. Thanks.
     
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    Have you tried www.inlinetube.com. www.classicindustries.com also stocks some of them.

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    I messaged Inline. They don't carry it. Also didn't see it at Classic Industries. Thank for the suggestions.
     
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    You might be able to use the block from a 67-70 B-Body, www.yearone.com has those, product DTB2, it is in the B-Body mopar catalogue. They have a photo of the unit you can check to see if it might work for your application.

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    I'll have to look and see if I still have the original block from my 68 plymouth fury was drums with dual master cylinder.i updated to front disc from a 73 and used that one.ill look tomorrow and get back to you.
     
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    Thank you I'll check that out.
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    Call Murray Park, 419-448-0293, lots of new & used parts.
     
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    Thanks everyone.
     
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    Here is pictures of the factory distribution block from my 68 Plymouth with dual master cylinder. $25.00 plus shipping.

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    pm sent
     
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    The prop valves shown were also used on a 72 Newport. I snatched the disc brakes/spindles, etc off one years ago. Recently replaced the valve with one from a B body. Looked identical externally (minus 50 years of crud). You will have to do some brake line alterations if going from the single chamber master cylinder.