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Old 11-02-2007, 10:46   #1 (permalink)
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I,am Havin A Problem With Removin Hydrolic Hose From Bearing Any Infro Would Be Great Thanks. P/s It.s A 90 Ford Ranger:
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Re: removin hydrolic hose from trowout bearing?

I think you need a hydraulic line coupler removal tool. In some clutch sets this tool is included. If not, it shouldn't be hard to find one.....
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It.s A Little Tricky. But I Used The Retaining White Clip That Was Around The Coupler End To Remove The Quipcouper Thank Guy:
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