New GM Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild Kit!

I've just added a new rebuild kit for 1967 - 1975 GM brake pressure differential valves to my inventory! I'm still researching the original applications, so please feel free to contact me with questions, corrections, or additional information if my descriptions are incorrect or incomplete. Here's a link to the kit:

1967 - 1975 GM Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild Kit

and a link to a pair of technical articles that describe disassembly:

New Mopar Products for December

I'm finally having some success with my research into the brake valves used on Mopar and GM vehicles. I've just added brake tube tee (that's the Chrysler term for the brake pressure differential "valve") seal and spring kits for a number of 1967 - 1975 Chrysler corporation vehicles. Though several different valves were used as far as I can tell they all use the same basic internal parts. Here are some links to the kits:

Seal kit:
1967 - 1975 Mopar Brake Tube Tee Seal Kit

New Product News for August!

Things have been busy here recently! We've started exploring what's required to produced brake valve rebuild kits for AMC, GM, and Chrysler vehicles to expand our line of kits. We've also added a brand new reproduction parking lamp lens gasket for 1969 and 1970 Ford Mustangs that is simply the best available on the market today. Here are some links to our recent additions:


Postal Strike in Canada Affects Shipping Options

Apparently there's a postal strike in Canada right now.  As a result the USPS is not currently accepting packages for delivery to Canada.  If you try to make a purchase with a delivery address in Canada you'll find that your only shipping option is "local pickup", and "local" means here in Virginia.  Sorry for the inconvenience to my Canadian customers, but all should be well once the strike is over and the USPS can again hand off packages to Canada Post.

New Product: Stainless Steel GM Fuel Filler Door Spring

After being annoyed by a rusty fuel filler door spring on my 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS for ten years or so I finally decided to do something about it.  I never had any luck finding a suitable replacement either online or at my local hardware store, so I just had a batch of reproduction springs custom-made in type 302 stainless steel.  Here's a shot of the new spring (bottom) compared to an original spring: