Hello friends, I have a brake issue that is sort of slowing me down. I converted my 73 over to front disk brakes when I had the front axle rebuilt. The attached picture is where I decided to place my pro-valve. From what I understand, that is where the valve would be for jeeps of later years than mine. The bracket mounts in the holes where the bellcrank mount would normally go. I am changing over to hydraulic clutch. I just don't like the way that one brake line hangs down on the bottom of the valve. I tried to make the bend as small as I could but it still looks too long (low) to me. I thought about buying a 90 degree fitting to screw into the bottom of the valve so the line could come straight to it, but I am not convinced that the fittings I looked at would work. The fittings are 1/8 NPT to 3/8-24 flare. The 3/8 flare side is no issue, I am running 3/16 tubing and the flare nut would thread right in. the 1/8 NPT is where the issue is. I took the valve off the frame and tried to lightly screw a 1/8 NPT fitting into the bottom of the valve and it only started about a quarter of a turn. I didn't force it. I could see that I could probably wrench it in there, but it would be a one time deal, probably screw up the threads on both the pro-valve and fitting. Don't really want to do that unless I have to. My other options are, move the pro-valve up a little high on the mount, or move the valve altogether and put it in a better spot. I thought of moving it up over the front axle area on the inside of the frame, maybe where it curves to get a better angle on the tubing. As a note, I have two types of benders, one is a small two handle job that works good, the other looks like a pair of crimpers that you clamp over the tubing and twist it one way or the other to get a 90 degree bend. The second one I don't really care for because it leaves a small crease in the tubing as you might see in the picture. I left some slack in the tubing and am going to redo that bend that you see. Any ideas or opinions would help. For reference, that spring mount is the drivers side, front spring, rear shackle. Thanks.