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so i ended up replacing the last bit of the old line,

was pretty stoked, i had preasure,

but still kept on getting air bubbles,

so i got on my creeper (it belongs in a museum)

and i found this (don't mind the 2x4, it was just to see if i could shorten the spacers for the slave cyl)

this is a clutch line from my newer clutch master cyl,

there is a distinct crack in it, could that make the air leak?

that line was from an internal slave cyl setup

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Yes it can make a air leak. It could be acting like a check valve with pleasure holding the crack closed on the in side and letting air in when the pressure is released. :nuts: do you see in seepage of brake fluid around the crack? :???:

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