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From: "Steve Shoyer" <>
Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 10:41:13 -0400
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Thanks to everyone who responded on the list and offline.  I was finally
able to get the pipe disconnected from the hose without breaking the pipe,
so it looks like I don't need to pull the engine for this job - yet, anyway.
The new push rod is longer than the old one, so I still need to remove the
clevis pin, but there's more clearance to get to it so I hope it won't be
too much of an ordeal.

--Steve (1980 MGB)

----- Original Message ----- 
> I'm trying to replace my clutch slave cylinder, as well as the hose 
> leading to it, but I can't loosen the fitting on the pipe that 
> connects to the clutch hose...
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