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    UUC Clutch line install...bleed again?

    I had a BMW shop put on my UUC clutch line as bleeding
    that slave is a PAIN...

    Clutch works fine..but I now have an inch of VERY EASY
    pedal movement before I feel like I am doing anything.

    Clutch grabs near the floor, but it did that with the
    old clutch line.

    Is there an Air Pocket in that slave that I am compressing?
    Do I need to bleed that slave again?


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    Re: UUC Clutch line install...bleed again?

    Eh, i doubt it's an air pocket.
    Sounds like a mechanical/linkage thing.
    Just so long as two or three quick clutch engage/dis-engages don't have obviously different friction-points.
    Sounds same as my stock setup - pretty close to the floor, but it works/worked fine for 50k miles (so far!).

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    Seems just FINE after a few weeks!!!


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