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Old September 30th, 2009, 10:34 PM
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Clutch pipe question

Is the clutch pipe from the master cylinder to the flex hose the same for all LHD vehicles, regadless of which transmission is used?
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Anyone know the answer to this? I need to order a new one and RN doesn't specify whether it fits different trucks.

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Old October 1st, 2009, 08:52 PM
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Do you mean the same on all NAS v8 trucks whether they are fitted with the lt77 or r380? If so, then yes, they are the same. Tdi trucks have the slave on the opposite side etc. Unless there is an obscure variation out there, all NAS trucks should have identical pipes from the master to the slave.
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Old October 1st, 2009, 09:25 PM
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Jim,
I am doing a LHD conversion on my ROW 110 that started life as a 2.5TD (I put a 200tdi in). With RHD, the hard pipe leaves the master cylinder and crosses the top of the bulkhead, then drops down to a bracket and then a flex hose connects to the slave. So I am wondering if the hard pipe from a LHD will connect the master to the same bracket connection where the flex hose starts.
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So a 2.5td and the 200tdi have the slave on the left side of the truck? Interesting, the 300 has it on the left. If the slave is on the left (the soon to be driver's side) then it sounds like the clutch pipe from a NAS v8 truck will work fine for you. The pipe runs from the master, behind the brake pedal box, down the face of the footwell, and terminates in a little tab-bracket near the bottom of the footwell.
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The pipe for LHD up to VIN LA939975 (which is the end of the 200Tdi i think) is NRC8329

MA939976 onwards (300Tdi) is ANR2945


for 4 cylinder engines, the small metal pipe that runs from the slave cylinder to the rubber flexi pipe is NRC9595 (V8's are 577643), and the rubber pipe itself is RTC4425 (V8's use NRC2211, 300Tdi is NTC9055)
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You can always make your own custom pipes. I used the supplies and flare tool from FedHillUSA to rebuild all of the brake lines on a 1970 italian car.
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Quote:
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The pipe for LHD up to VIN LA939975 (which is the end of the 200Tdi i think) is NRC8329

MA939976 onwards (300Tdi) is ANR2945


for 4 cylinder engines, the small metal pipe that runs from the slave cylinder to the rubber flexi pipe is NRC9595 (V8's are 577643), and the rubber pipe itself is RTC4425 (V8's use NRC2211, 300Tdi is NTC9055)
Thanks Jamie, that answers my question!
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