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Old 10-16-2008, 04:52 PM
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Does anyone make a Stainless Steel Clutch line that replaces the stock rubber line and the stupid loop of steel tubing in between the slave and the rubber line?
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Does anyone make a Stainless Steel Clutch line that replaces the stock rubber line and the stupid loop of steel tubing in between the slave and the rubber line?
Yes.
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Advaned adapters (http://advanceadapters.com/index.php) sells fittings to adapt any slave, master cylinder to an style fittings. Then you can get a ss brake line at any parts store.
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dude those clutch line brackets n' crap make changing the clutch just that much more of a bitch. On my 90 it added a good 30 minutes trying to get that one ******* bolt on because of the way the bracket is attatched.

Anyway, is there a difference in fittings between 90-94 and 95+? reason i ask is because mazdamotorsports has a clutch line for $35, but i dont think it deletes the curly thing. FM also has a similar line for $37 and states its for all years to 05. Basically i guess we would just need to figure the male thread pitch going into the slave cylinder, and the female thread pitch coming out of the hard line.

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This is the one I have. Easy to install and out of the way of everything.
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Originally Posted by olderguy View Post
This is the one I have. Easy to install and out of the way of everything.
Same one I have too, bought it along with the brake lines. I love them both, if its time to replace them- definitely upgrade to SS.
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I think now is a good time:
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Originally Posted by MikeRiv87 View Post
I think now is a good time:
Why? You gonna put an engine in there again?
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