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88 tc slave cylinder
Liquid_force Offline
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I'm trying to finish up my a4ld to t5 swap and I'm hung up on something.

Isn't there a little metal clip that holds the slave cylinder in place? If there is, the guy I bought my slave cyl. from didn't include it, and I REALLY REALLY need it, soon, too.
88 TC -- Dark Blue 283k
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Pete D Offline
Nope, no metal clip. The cylinder just slips into the holder cast into the bellhousing.

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88 TC X 2, 86 SVO, Main TC with K&N, 3"DP to 2.5"duals through Dynamax, Ric valve at 17+ and disconnected KS.
Elite Bodega 16" chrome wheels. Autometer pod w/ A/F and Vac/boost gauges.140 mph Motorsports Speedo New engine: Total Seal rings and TRW pistons, ported and polished head w/ cc'd chambers,1.59"exhausts, SS valves, gutted upper, knife edged lower, A-230 cam, Race Engineering Adj Cam Sprocket, Crowlers, ARP head studs, and rod bolts. Walbro 255 HP pump and Kirban adj FPR, T-3. Centerforce II, KB subs and jack rails.
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There is a plastic cover that slips over it and is held on with one screw.

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1988 Turbo Coupe,1940 Ford, 1973 Ford, 1950 Chevy, 1987 El Camino(15k miles) 1966 Checker Marathon, Gazelle, 1963 Mercury Meteor

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