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slave cylinder line removal tool

what tool do i need to remove the line from the clutch slave cylinder when i drop the tranny on my truck? im doing my clutch this weekend. its like the fuel filter fitting, right?
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All you need is two flat blade screwdrivers and an extra
set of hands.

With the release tool or two flat blade screwdrivers,
press inward on the plastic bushing that surrounds
the plastic hydraulic line until it bottoms out.

When you press on the plastic bushing, it spreads
some metal springy fingers outward which allows
the removal of the plastic hydraulic line.

Here the release tool made by KD tools. You could easily
make your own. Some clutch kits include the tool.

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I just used an open end wrench to pop mine. I don't recall the size at the moment.
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I just used an open end wrench to pop mine. I don't recall the size at the moment.
x2 on that. i used one big enough to fit over the line
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