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    Default 1996 corolla AE101, 4 wheel disc brakes proportioning valve

    i recently swaped rear drum brakes of my AE101 with corolla GT (266mm) disc brakes.
    problem is that front wheels lock well before rears, initiating a skid at slow speeds ( just like old xli)
    this is due to proportioning valve ( also known as master T ), as im having old drum brake-valve still fitted, which sends less fluid to rear wheels , as drum require less fluid to work.
    im currently looking for ae101 four wheel disc proportioning valve but cant find it.if some one can help me then it wud b greatfull.
    shop and part number or identification of correct part is the requirment

    one thing more, can i put bias valve instead of proportioning valve?
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    The part number for the proportioning valve of your generation corolla is the same for both drum and disc brakes. The difference lies in the master cylinder. Yours should be a 13/16 bore cylinder whereas the 4-wheel disc brake ones came with 7/8 bore size. Done a number of these conversions and they worked flawlessly after the cylinder swap.
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    how to identify that the cylinder which im buying is of 7/8 bore ?
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