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Old 12-15-2013, 02:35 PM   #1
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93 wrangler clutch master cylinder hose, HELP!?

Hello everyone! I am an experienced jeep owner and mechanic, but I have never had to replace the clutch master cylinder hose on a '93 wrangler. I come here in desperation for someone with personal experience on how they found or created a new line. All help and/or tips are appreciated. I ordered some things from Advanced Adapters not really knowing if it will help or will end up as junk. Either way it is a start. Here is what I ordered.

716130IR : 716130IR 42" Stainless Steel Hose and Fitting for 1987-1993 Jeep YJ Wrangler's with Internal Hydraulic Release Bearings. | Advance Adapters

Thank you all for the time to help! I have found posts with similar issues but none really gave me a great description on what I will need to buy and what to do. I know the part is discontinued so I will need to create a new line with new adapters/fittings.

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Old 12-15-2013, 10:19 PM   #2
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Yep, that is the correct line if you have an internal slave cylinder on the clutch.

The 90 degree fitting goes on the master and the straight fitting goes to the hard line sticking out of the bell housing. gravity bleed it as much as you can before hooking up the line. get most of the air out, hook it up and finish bleeding the remainder of the air with the bleeder(other line sticking out of bell housing). Its going to take a few tries to get all of the air out.

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Old 12-19-2013, 09:01 PM   #3
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Advanced adapters does amazing work, I was fortunate enough to find a premolded line from a pick n pull only to have that eventually break. I eventually drilled and tapped the 90 degree fitting just mentioned to fit a brake line on it to run to the slave. That line looks a lot more convenient though.
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Old 12-20-2013, 10:42 AM   #4
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Other than pick n pull, Advanced Adapters is the only place to get one. They are not manufactured anymore. I blew out my line this summer and did an exhaustive search. The advanced line is very well made from braided steel reinforced line and should last longer than my jeep.
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