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Hydro Clutch pic request

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 1976Blazer76, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. 1976Blazer76

    1976Blazer76 1/2 ton status

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    Don't have one and can't seem to find a picture. Anyone have a good shot of the line going from the master cylinder to the slave cylincer on a hydraulic clutch?


    -Matt
     
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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    It doesn't have to go in any certain position if that's what you're looking for. If you bought the factory line just hook it up at each end but make sure that nothing will get caught on it.
     
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    the dealership has some good blow up pics you can get from the parts counter;)
     
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    Like here?

    http://dyeager535.topcities.com/partsmanual.html :)

    I've got mine clamped/bolted to the large stud near the lower edge of the firewall. Stock hose, so pretty sure the clamp was on it already. Probably not needed really, but I rather it not rub against anything.
     
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    PERFECT! Thanks
     
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    I stopped by Napa and they looked at me like I was stupid. I even went in there before my new setup I got from you and asked for a hydraulic clutch, clutch fork. The guy demanded that it didn't exist. So I said so does the throw out bearing move by magic then? He finally looked it up and pulled it off the shelf. Guess I'll head to the dealer huh?

    Matt
     
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    dyeager535 1 ton status Premium Member

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    Talk with Jim here or gmpartsdirect.com

    Part numbers you have (if still available :() and those two places will almost certainly be cheaper than your local dealer. Call their parts counter and ask after looking up a valid number at GMPD. Watch shipping, it's kinda pricey with them, but it's how they make their money. Still usually 25% less than my local dealer, if not more.
     
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    Just found it at LMC truck. Figured I couldn't buy it cause Napa told me so. $19.95, I think I'm just gonna go with that.


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