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    Remote bleeder for clutch

    I am making remote bleeders for the clutch. With this bleeder you can run it up to the engine compartment or out under the car to bleed the clutch. It also has a speed bleeder on the end so it's a one man operation to bleed the clutch. I am only getting top of the line parts to make them. One of the problems with making them is getting the fitting for the slave cylinder that will seal and not leak since it's not a machined surface. I have found what they call a bonded washer that will seal under high pressure to use on the fitting. I also have found a sealant to use on the threads that will not break down from the brake fluid. This provides a double seal for the fitting. I will be selling them for $75 with Free Shipping. Here's some pictures of it installed.






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    so this stays mounted all the time?

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    Yea it does. You just put the line up out of the way when you don't need it.
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    i guess i'll need one when i get to that part of putting my car back together when im done with my rebuild. PM me mailing info and when i get close to that point i'll send ya the money

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    will this prevent my camaros clutch pedel from sticking to the floor after getting on it on the freeway. It takes like 30 secs plus to have it come back top normal hight.THANX

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad2000ss View Post
    will this prevent my camaros clutch pedel from sticking to the floor after getting on it on the freeway. It takes like 30 secs plus to have it come back top normal hight.THANX
    when my clutch pedel was weak, my slave cylinder was bad. have to take tranny off to get to it. might not be your prob though

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbrtlux View Post
    when my clutch pedel was weak, my slave cylinder was bad. have to take tranny off to get to it. might not be your prob though
    Thanx for the info. It only happens when i get on it on the freeway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad2000ss View Post
    Thanx for the info. It only happens when i get on it on the freeway.
    you need to post your problem under the proper forum. you will get more replys to possibles problems and fixes.

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