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Old 05-03-2011
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Leaking RABS proportioning valve- any ideas?

So I stopped by the stealership and they wanted $367 I think for the proportioning valve. Anyone ever replaced it with a generic one from Summit or Jegs or something?

I just got the truck and I don't want to dump a bunch of money into it because it is my #2 truck...

Any other ideas? I can get pics if that would help...
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Bump- any ideas?

The one that I am looking at is the Wilwood PN# 260-11179...
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I did replace the stock valve with the Wilwood a few years back and haven't had a problem since. Just the idiot light on the dash- who cares?
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