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Old 08-18-2004, 09:55 AM
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Anyone have any idea how these two fittings go together? Do they just pop in and I'm being a *****?
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Default Re: Making the connection? (spyderracing32)

are you taking about the hard line, or the wiring plug?
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hardline
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Default Re: Making the connection? (spyderracing32)

shouldn't it actually pop in, and then screw in?
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they screw together
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Old 08-18-2004, 10:13 AM
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Clean out the hardline with a wire brush, it looks kind of flithy in there. Pop it in and start threading it. BECAREFUL not to cross thread or strip any of the threads.
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Ahh make sense now. Definitely clean those buggers. Should screw right together.
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you would have to screw in the black metel has consists of two(2) bolts that i think are 12mm and the put the hard line in the black rubber then bleed your clutch
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up, I can't see how that hose would connect to the hard wire..... i cant rotate the fitting without rotating the hose....


Edit: nvm figured it out
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just pop it in then screw
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