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Old 08-29-2013, 12:26 PM   #1
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Clutch Master and Slave

Besides the title sounding like the most racist shit ever.


I am about to buy another Clutch Slave Cylinder. I am willing to spend roughly 75.00 on one. i dont need a high end one because i will use it less than 9 months. Then i will have the car sitting in the garage again ).

Right now i am looking at this Duralast from Autozone Duralast Clutch Slave Cyl

Also i am looking at this Remote bleeder

But then i also need a clutch hydraulic linee. Heres my two options: Buy a new pre-made line or Buy the materials( Line, Fittings, Crimp tools) and make my own.

Make my own
Steel Braided Line

But what AN4 crimps do i need? and what tool to crimp them?

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Buy a pre-made one:
McLeod

Kind of a rip off. I could buy a whole slave, master, and line for around 200.00
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I think you'll find that the line fittings aren't threaded, but use orings and are held in place via pin or lock ring.
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I think you'll find that the line fittings aren't threaded, but use orings and are held in place via pin or lock ring.
I know the line that goes into the slave is a GM quick disconnect. But what is the line that goes into the stock master cylinder?

I need the hose but all i found is one end is an4 and the other is quick disconnect.
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I think both ends are QD's
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Ta creations has one for 45 dollars. I may snag it.
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