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how do U bleed the clutch/slave cylinder for the ZF6??

What the best way to do it? is there aftermarket company that makes SS braided ones?
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my slave just started leaking last night and I believe there all a pre bled system. but I saw somewhere that you can take your slave out and hold it in a vertical position and push the rod in and out five times or so and reinstall it. but the only down side in my opinion is that the zip tie strap looking things look like that there designed to break for your first installation. good luck!

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I wouldn't even bother, a new one is easy to install and already bled

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