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Old 10-17-2013, 05:07 PM   #1
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hydraulic line to slave cylinder

'98 Toyota Tacoma 4WD SR5 6-cyl.....fitting stripped, can I replace the steel line with a rubber line or have someone repair the old line?
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Old 10-31-2013, 02:00 PM   #2
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You can replace the fitting, but the factory lines are brittle so putting a new flare on with the new fitting is sometimes hard.

The line itself is available at the auto parts stores, or toyota i dont remember where i got it last time.

For your clutch line, you will be better off with a hard line line OEM, a soft line will flex and could make the clutch feel funny
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Metal replacement lines are easily available at places like Napa, Auto Zone, and Advance Auto. It is the same type and size of metal line as the brake lines are, and the fittings are identical. Measure the line from end to end and buy one the same length. Then CAREFULLY bend it to match the factory line ans swap it out. Lines up to 5 feet long can be bought for as little at $20.
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