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    Is this setup ok for the clutch lines? I added an extra hose.
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    is there supposed to be a pic?




    the hydraulic clutch hose needs to go under the shield or the exhaust will cook the fluid. It should have plenty of length to do so and connect to the slave. It should also be routed along the firewall.
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    pic

    I see the pic. Its an attachment.

    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    is there supposed to be a pic?




    the hydraulic clutch hose needs to go under the shield or the exhaust will cook the fluid. It should have plenty of length to do so and connect to the slave. It should also be routed along the firewall.

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    I can't see it on the app. going to look when I get back home

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    DEI makes a heat reflective tape that I have used to wrap wires, hoses and fuel lines on a number of cars. Good stuff that sticks well.

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    John, yes on the pic question.

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