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I've not had time to look up what all is involved inchanging out the clutch master and slave cylinders. Anyone have any tips for me on doing this? Best way to bleed them or any other tips? Looks like I'll doing it next weekend.... weather permitting.


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Mike
 

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when bought from mopar they come pre-bleed swap out both n hook the master line to the slave cylinder
 

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i got the upgraded ones from SBC. Fairly straight forward swap. Use the rubber grommet from your stock one on the firewall. The clutch pedal shaft holder clip thing (for lack of a better term) is a pain to get on and off if you have big hands.
 

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should not ever need to bleed a new set. they come pre filled. and if for some reason you do have to bleed, take slave cylinder off tranny, and SLOWLY press the rod back into slave and that will reverse bleed it. they do not have a bleeder.
 

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I would just order the kit from South Bend Clutch. Comes with everything you need.
 

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thourobred diesel has them for 250 shipped.
 

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I used a stock/OEM one from the dealer and have an OFE clutch. been on for 40k miles with no problems. I think it was about $80 and less than an hour to install (it was my first time)
 
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