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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi I changed the master
Hi, if you plug the port, the plunger will not be able to build pressure in the front lines as the back brake section of the master will hold the plunger back. The proportioning valve will also not let you do this, as it is trying to strike a balance between the front and rear brake pressure. I'm afraid you need to repair the rear brake lines. This is not hard work, but it does require a brake line tool for cutting and flaring the lines. You may be able to borrow the tool, or check to see how much a brake place would actually charge to replace the lines. The supplies are cheap, and the labor isn't really very long--maybe a couple hours.
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
The larger reservoir is for the front brakes. If one of the brake lines is a larger diameter, it goes to the larger reservoir.
Posted on Mar 15, 2014
Testimonial: "There is no large or small reservoir. It has four ports one large and one small to the front of the master and vice versa for the back of the master near the booster. It has proportioning valves built into the master."
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