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Slave cyl hyd line removal- need qik answer

Asked this in a post today, but didn't get a response yet so for visibility I added this thread. I am putting in a new clutch and slave cyl. The fluid line to the slave cyl looks like a fuel line connection requiring a special tool to pull out the line because it has that stainless steel round clip inside the new one. Do I use the fuel line removal tool on this, or is it a special diameter tool required that is bought seperate from the fuel line tool? Other posts have said no special tools required for this change, but I don't see how that could be based on how the new one is designed.
 
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It could be a different sized tool. Lisle makes a kit that has various sized tools in it. They are plastic tools and are usually avalible at Sears for about 10 bucks.
 
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