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



Nathan, with a large screwdriver or tire iron you can probably,
carefully, slip it back in where the original was - BUT - make sure
you use cable ties every 12" or so to keep it from moving against the
AC lines, it pulsates just a little when used and can eventually
damage the AC hose, and if you think the clutch line is hard to get in
there think about replacing the AC hose.

If you can't get it email me off list, I assume your in the SF valley.

Tom
#10902
TTait@xxxxxxxxxx

--- 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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