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This is a discussion on Clutch line fitting within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I bought a McLeod adjustable clutch master cylinder off ebay. It barely looks used, but is missing the fitting that ...

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    Clutch line fitting

    I bought a McLeod adjustable clutch master cylinder off ebay. It barely looks used, but is missing the fitting that holds the feed line. I called McLeod, but I might as well send smoke signals. Still waiting for someone to call back.
    If need be I could use a banjo fitting with a nipple end, but I'm not sure if a nipple fitting and clamp would hold up? Not sure what kind of pressure is in the line. If I go this route, I could eliminate the connection that needs the "drill mod". Any advice?

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    If this is it then it looks like just a basic brass elbow. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MCL-139001/?rtype=10

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigrondownhiller View Post
    If this is it then it looks like just a basic brass elbow. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MCL-139001/?rtype=10
    Yes, that's the unit. I wasn't very clear on which fitting I needed. I said the feed line, but I meant the line that feeds the slave cylinder. The one on top that connects to the resevoir is there. The one on the end is missing, and it's a 10 mm (I think) banjo fitting. Still never heard back from Mcleod, so I did the drill mod and reinstalled the stocker. I'll be selling the Mcleod. If the stock unit goes, I'll install a Tick unit.

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