[DML] Re: Where to route the stainless clutch line??
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[DML] Re: Where to route the stainless clutch line??



That is correct.  You can usually put a few tie-wraps around it and the A/C line then with 
them zipped loosely, slide them into position the best you can. Then sinch them up tight and 
snipe the tail.  Also, the area that is tight where the gap between the frame and fiberglass is 
smaller than the stainless lines is also doable by using a large flat screw driver or pry bar to 
spread the gap just enough to get the line through it. 

Dennis

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Nathan Sobieralski" <valleyrat12@...> wrote:
>
> It will not fit into the crevice where the old one was. Did you guys 
> just let it run along the outside of the frame in between the 
> fiberglass and the frame or is there another way?
> 
> Nathan
>









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