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Old March 26th, 2015, 05:24 PM
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Defender G-Valve part# NRC8215

So - for sometime I have been trying to locate what is know as a G-valve. It is attached to the bulkhead bracket and feed the rear brake lines. Every source I have tried has them listed as out of stock/no longer available.
Well, for what it is worth - I have located a shop in Belgium that had three New Old Stock units in stock - had being just bought One - so there are two left as of today. Price shipped to the US is 198. Euro's

BRAKE VALVE REAR DRUM BRAKE 90 DEF NRC8215 - 198.92€ - British Land Rover Parts - Belgium

hope this helps someone
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Old March 27th, 2015, 03:26 PM
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You could bypass it with a section of brake pipe and save paying the extortionate price if you so wish????...Just a thought if at all possible??? You could ask a braking specialist to see if you use another cheaper valve that'll do the same job?

My 110 has this valve...don't know enough about the system but I'm interested if it ever gets banjaxed.






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Volvo 240s have the same thing. Same identical part. Used on gazillions ov vehicles. Easily obtained. Al ya hadda do is ask the hive mind.
Other "volvo 240" parts used on Rovers:
RRC cruise control system
RRC air conditioning system
Many brake parts
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Volvo 240s have the same thing. Same identical part. Used on gazillions ov vehicles. Easily obtained. Al ya hadda do is ask the hive mind.
Great info!!!...Thanks...now filed away in the recesses of my mind....for me to forget


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