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Hi,

now that it is cold weather in philly,

i have done two of these in the past

month. i also have one more job coming

in for the same thing. so, when the clutch

master is out of the car, you should remove

the filler tube from the car and install it

to the top of the master and also attach the

hose from the master to the slave. this is done

because it is easier to do on the work bench

than on your back. reinsert the master by

snaking the fill tube up from the bottom

and then getting one bolt in loose from the

bottom of the pedal box. it sounds complicated

but is very easy if you bungee the door open and

reach both sides with your hands. be CAREFUL

about threading the master and slave ends into their

parts because they cross thread very easy.

once all the bolts are in then reattach the large eyelet

to the pedal. if you have the metal large eyelet on

the old cylinder then transfer it to the new

master because the aluminum ones break often.

good luck

stone

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When you said "Hard to do with the clutch master being mounted" I smiled and got to work...Thank you !!!

Like NCB said above, loosen the clutch master so you can rotate it a bit, that son of a gun tube/line will go right in then. Hard to do with the clutch master being mounted.

I did this... Well just about the same thing...(I saw this post after I completed the job) Thank you !!!

I love this place !!!

Hi,

now that it is cold weather in philly,

i have done two of these in the past

month. i also have one more job coming

in for the same thing. so, when the clutch

master is out of the car, you should remove

the filler tube from the car and install it

to the top of the master and also attach the

hose from the master to the slave. this is done

because it is easier to do on the work bench

than on your back. reinsert the master by

snaking the fill tube up from the bottom

and then getting one bolt in loose from the

bottom of the pedal box. it sounds complicated

but is very easy if you bungee the door open and

reach both sides with your hands. be CAREFUL

about threading the master and slave ends into their

parts because they cross thread very easy.

once all the bolts are in then reattach the large eyelet

to the pedal. if you have the metal large eyelet on

the old cylinder then transfer it to the new

master because the aluminum ones break often.

good luck

stone

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