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Before I Destroy A Perfectly Good Part.

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How do I remove the filler pipe from the clutch MC?

Do I just yank it out?

It looks like it is just jammed in, but before I use "brute force and ignorance" I thought I'd better get advice.

Thanks.

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Easiest way to re-install it is take the MC out. I spent 3 hours trying to get it in with the MC bolted in. Took the MC out and popped it in in 30 seconds. Just givin ya a fair heads up.

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I've gotten a lot of good advice and I'm taking my time. The peddle box is out, rebuilt and ready to go back in. The old MC and SC are dangling under the car just waiting for me to replace. Yes, I will do all the connections, and then slide the MC into position.

I'm looking forward to putting it all back together. It was the last spot on the car that was thick with 40yo grime.

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