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    New Clutch Line - Help Needed

    Im replacing the line from the master to the slave hose, due to the fact i broke the line from the master whilst replacing the slave hose.

    The new part (34 32 6 755 562) is a straight line, but the one i pulled off is bent, almost 90 degrees at the master.

    My question is, how do i bend this new line like the old one without crimping it? Is it strong enough to withstand bending without collapsing?

    thanks


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    Re: New Clutch Line - Help Needed

    You can use standard brake line for that (provided that it has the correct flare/fittings for a BMW). It can take a fair amount of bending, just don't go too sharp and it should be fine. I've seen brake line bent into coils of about 6" diameter.

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    bend around mandrel with radius you need


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