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We have all been through this, but not enough light let in about the solution to this horrible problem of having your clutch pedal stuck down to the floor. Changed the master, changed the slave and eventually the metal hard clutch line that connects to the master cylinder attached to the firewall running down and around to the slave cylinder sitting on the tranny breaks...soft hard metal i guess, but it practically breaks. Instead of replacing the hard line with an OEM and having the frustration to run the line up and down and around, I ASK the community and for those who might have done it already:

Would it be possible to buy a hydraulic clutch line stainless steel with the flex to connect from master to slave directly instead of buying the oem one and bend it to fit around the tight spaces...something like this?

master to slave lines

another clutch kit line

IF YES, then which one did you use and how long was it and the brand and place you bought it....found a couple universal, but i don't know if the male connect or with the threading actual size...don't know if universal will work for the celica...

and lastly, did the new line help with the pedal not sticking to the floor?
You can go to hydraulic shops and have them rig you up a stainless steel line from the master to the slave, but this is usually expensive.
that's why i thought about the products above, but wasn't sure of the size of the connector and length to directly connect from master to slave. im sure someone has already thought about it or done it. can't find much else about it on the internet for our cars, so i started this thread.
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