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Old 07-27-2006, 03:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Where to buy new clutch line?

I just put a new slave in my truck and it's the newer version from the line I have on there and I had to take out the male fitting and hook it into the new one when I used to just pop the roll pin out and pull the whole thing out.

To make a long story short, I want to know if these are compatible with eachother. The little white disconnect ring disintegrated so I wrapped it in teflon to make up some of the thickness. I dremelled the notch in the male part a little further down to get it to lock in and it did. It's sealed up good right now but I'm not sure fluid is getting into the slave since nothing comes out the bleeder screw. I suspect they changed the fittings at some point but I don't see why they would. Anyone know what's goin on?

I've also heard sometimes you need to wait a 20 mins to bleed a clutch or something with a ranger master. Gimme some knowledge!
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