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how to make a braided clutch line for an eg chassis DIY w/ part numbers

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Old 03-02-2008, 04:17 PM   #1
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Default braided clutch line from firewall to slave. EG chassis how to:

i am bored tonight, and saw a thread the other day asking about it.
i know this works on an eg, it is the setup i have.







i had my local hydraulics shop build this for me, AND THIS IS NOT A 4/S THREAD.
i am providing you with part numbers that may or may not corss over to your shop, but i had this made for me for less than 50 bucks.

yes it has the 10mm nut on one end and the 12mm on the other. no adapters.

2.5' of hose with metal tubes you can bend to whatever angle you need. i bypassed the flex line and the mount on the right side, coming over the trans straight to the slave.

part numbers appear to be Brake Hose Manufacturing Systems
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2.5' of hose p/n BQ303
2 hose inserts p/n BQ15BL
2 tube lengths p/n BQHF02
1 10mmx1.0 tube nut p/n BQ72
1 12mmx1.0 tube nut p/n BQ9180

i am going off of my invoice and really dont know whats past the part numbers.

hope this helps. i did this from the hip and it seems as if the hydraulics shop knew exactly what to do.
the only thing i cant remember if it is bubble flare or inverted.

good luck
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Old 03-03-2008, 12:01 AM   #2
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now do one for a cable tranny lol j/k good write up
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Old 03-03-2008, 02:29 AM   #3
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yours is weak ! good job mikey !!! looks to be DOT approved ? (rubber coating on outside)



i got one banjo on both ends !!!! master to slave !!! with aluminum instead of rubber !!! wheres Baroneee when ya need em
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yeah it is dot approved.
i coulda dont the whole thing in the rubber flex line, like the small link of clutch line, but i think it would have too much swell and hinder disengagement.

this way it is braided steel, and i guess the rubber coating is a good thing.

if you are doing a cable to hydro conversion, if you have the size on the master cylinder, and know the length, use 75% of these part numbers and you are golden he hee.
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Wow you just made my life so much easier. I have been delaying removing the horrible stock line just because i am lazy. this is great, thank you sir ! !
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yours is weak ! good job mikey !!! looks to be DOT approved ? (rubber coating on outside)



i got one banjo on both ends !!!! master to slave !!! with aluminum instead of rubber !!! wheres Baroneee when ya need em
im a retard and dont have a camera to post pics, dont you have some laying around Dave? BTW Dave gets a mean as line DONE!!!

looks good though Mikey, and a good write up for lazy people....
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hi i was wondering i want to run my own clutch line with 3 an fitting does anyone know the size of thread it is for clutch line.. one going into the clutch part under the fluid bottle an the other side of that too...
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other side refering to slave cylinder
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a monkey could have made this!

Thanks Mikeyeezzyy
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