Clutch Slave Fittings

brdhmltn

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All the normal clutch fittings on a 2.5 NA are 1/4" BSP, correct?

The Quickdraw bell housing uses the ram 2500 slave, which uses the pinned quick release fittings. Link example of fitting below.


Still researching, but plan to 180 off the new slave and order an AN braided line and adapt back to the Rover Hardline connection. My truck is still driving, so I'd rather not pull it apart to check.
 

Red90

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Why not just run a hose from the master to the slave and not screw around with strange fittings?
 

brdhmltn

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The stock hard line happens to be in a very good location. I have RHD truck - hardline out of clutch, up and over the bulkhead and down to left footwell, then a flex line to the hard pipe on the slave. If I was LHD the distance/direction is better for ditching it all like you suggest.
 

brdhmltn

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To update this, I wound up ordering the right angle mopar fitting and a length of -4an to -4an premade line with a right angle on one end. This will allow me to 180 the line from the slave to come back to the bulkhead with a 7/16 to -4an connection. It could be done cheaper if you build your own vs buying premade, and the fitting in the first post will work fine even though it is not a 90 degree one. I just havent built high pressure lines before and I'd rather not risk losing a clutch on the road.

The clutch slave pn is 360085, the fitting is LS641002ERL

https://www.holley.com/products/ls_power/plumbing/parts/LS641002ERL
 

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