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I am looking for a line for my clutch on my 91 trooper 2.8 v6, 5 sp 4x4 tbi. It goes to the slave cylinder and has a banjo connector on one end and a nut on the other (connects to a box on the drivers wheel well in pic... not the master cylinder).

The line I need is about 61 inches long and has a rubber section in the middle of it... as it goes down the firewall to the slave clutch cylinder. I can't seem to find the line anywhere.

(note: the line in the pic is in several pieces)
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I live off grid a couple miles from a small town, so my truck is critical.

Suggestions appreciated.

Mike
 

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I am looking for a line for my clutch on my 91 trooper 2.8 v6, 5 sp 4x4 tbi. It goes to the slave cylinder and has a banjo connector on one end and a nut on the other (connects to a box on the drivers wheel well in pic... not the master cylinder).

The line I need is about 61 inches long and has a rubber section in the middle of it... as it goes down the firewall to the slave clutch cylinder. I can't seem to find the line anywhere.

(note: the line in the pic is in several pieces) View attachment 120150 View attachment 120151 View attachment 120152
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I live off grid a couple miles from a small town, so my truck is critical.

Suggestions appreciated.

Mike

I have new and used clutch hoses available
 

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Also this previous link may be of some help

 

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I can give you the details on how to order a coated stainless steel clutch hose if you’re interested (like the ones Eric at classic city overland used to sell). I installed it to go direct from the master to the slave cylinder and eliminated the clutch damper. Much easier to install and bleed. Mine was for the 2.6 so I can’t say for sure if the banjo fitting and cable length would be the same but that shouldn’t be too hard to figure out.

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I can give you the details on how to order a coated stainless steel clutch hose if you’re interested (like the ones Eric at classic city overland used to sell). I installed it to go direct from the master to the slave cylinder and eliminated the clutch damper. Much easier to install and bleed. Mine was for the 2.6 so I can’t say for sure if the banjo fitting and cable length would be the same but that shouldn’t be too hard to figure out.

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Yes please.... especially anything that has the banjo.
 

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Yes please.... especially anything that has the banjo.
I finally got the new clutch line installed. Thanks to Benjamin at Ameriflex in Tulsa for the custom work.
Now I am ready to start replacing the Alternator Bracket... then back on the road
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