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May I ask if this clutch line is one of the best choices available for our cars?

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The Joe Heck Racing Clutch line is the only aftermarket clutch line that I know of. They have a video that shows the difference with the OEM. I say just do it, take your time, and don't lose the clips.


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The Joe Heck Racing Clutch line is the only aftermarket clutch line that I know of. They have a video that shows the difference with the OEM. I say just do it, take your time, and don't lose the clips.
Thanks for your input PMDmustang but I found a couple of other brands online.
But wasn't sure which is the best to go with
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May I ask if this clutch line is one of the best choices available for our cars?
I believe it is THE best choice for our vehicles. Not sure if the others are high volume, but I KNOW the JHR line is.

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I believe it is THE best choice for our vehicles. Not sure if the others are high volume, but I KNOW the JHR line is.
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I hear lots of good things about the JHR line, JPC also offers a nice one, as well the SR line offered by American Muscle, but I'm impatient, so I ordered the line offered by McLeod that AM also sells, because l like getting my parts the next day. I installed it yesterday, the McLeod is real nice quality, but I'd say they're all pretty much the same, with the only difference really being the fittings, the lines are most likely all sourced from the same vendor

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I hear lots of good things about the JHR line, JPC also offers a nice one, as well the SR line offered by American Muscle, but I'm impatient, so I ordered the line offered by McLeod that AM also sells, because l like getting my parts the next day. I installed it yesterday, the McLeod is real nice quality, but I'd say they're all pretty much the same, with the only difference really being the fittings, the lines are most likely all sourced from the same vendor
Cheers Scott. That what I thought so too. Guess I'll go with either if none convinced me to get any particular one :P
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Guys, during the installation I lost one of the retainer clips where you disconnect the hose... I LOOKED EVERYWHERE for one similar even FORD themselves didn't sale the clip seperately..DO you guys know where I can get another clip? Ford had me order the whole clutch line to master cylinder not even knowing if the clips come with it.. I just had the worst day ever with this install, but it's totally my fault I understand...
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I would look at Graingers/McMaster-Carr or MSC (supply houses) in the meantime mayhap you can fab obe out of thin bailing wire or paperclip. good luck.

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Thanks, man. I did some serious extensive research and I think I found the clip... Because our transmissions are using those GETRAGS which are basically what part Japanese and or German designs I did some looking under volkswagen, bmw and audi and found what I think is our clips. http://skoda.afora.ru/images/Tnrpics/7M0721431.jpg
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buy 10 of them, sell them for $20 each whenever someone else does the same.....

If they are the same ones post a link where you got them to help the next person.

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Lmao, Dude I was totally thinking about doing that... Yeah I purchased 4 though just incase the install is difficult again. I'll let you guys know after the install though where I picked them up.
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I made a perfect replica out of a paper clip when I lost one

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Just looking for install tips reaching that clip up by the transmission .... gonna get me a set of those pliars or maybe make a notched holder that'll grip the line in a grooved area maybe .... but wanted to say this thread has been enlightening.

I'll kick in my results after I do the install ....
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